it is crack of dawn early, Rachelle arrived late monday, Cath arrives later today, i am sitting here in 'night attire' surrounded by a shed in all its granny chic wonder and digging deep within the recesses of my little cogs to come up with the right spiffy words for certain points within the book.
|the most 'love you like no other' peachy bark cloth i have ever come across|
i know those words will be found, they always do, they just play hard to get on some days. whilst looking for them, i might go out in my nightie and clogs into the yard, stand in the rain and do a 'not too sunny but not blimen raining' dance in the hope of someone up above seeing me in my glorious brightly embroidered thrift store 'get-up' and shine down on us for the next 2 days
|taken before the rains came|
in a bit, probably still with thinking caps on but no nighties, just nice handmade frocks, Rachelle and moi will be off to the thrift store. could not have her fly all this way and keep her in the shed doing only book stuff! the next few days will be full of photo taking and styling so this morning, we will play hooky from the book(y).
for playing hooky will be good for our granny chic souls and our little tired cogs which appear to be needing a little oiling... and nothing gets those cogs going quite like a pottle amongst the shelves of despair
I have a sneaky suspicion that there will be some 'words' hiding in those shelves of despair! - Have a grand time with your girl! xo
I will send some sunshine your way,,and hope you and Rachel have a grand ole time thrifting,,cant wait to hear all about your adventures..
Ha ha - lovely! Getting out and about (i.e. shopping) will undoubtedly clear the cogs and get the inspiration juices flowing again. If the books is half as brilliant as your glorious blog then it will be a bestseller anyway, have no fear!
Enjoy! Sounds like fun :)
Hello Tif, I just KNOW you will find the right words as you always do - have a wonderful thrifting time at the store with your friend. Cant wait for the release of your new book as just love my Dottie Angel one SO much it has become rather the worse for wear from all my reading of it :-) Enjoy your time together, kind regards from N.Z. Julie X x x
hahaha! calling op shops shelves of despair gives me a chuckle.Sometimes i hear a groan and a moan from those shelves too. Until i pick a treasure up ,then i hear a yippee!!
Enjoy your 'thrift shop'therapy.
When you relax and have a bit of fun...thats when the words will flow, I'm sure.....just have pencil and paper ready.
Barb from Australia
Beautiful pillows!! Hope the sun shines brightly for you!! xo Heather
I do hope the sun comes out for you lovely ladies, thrifting will help with your words I am sure.
oh... tif.... "and nothing gets those cogs going quite like a pottle amongst the shelves of despair..." your words are the best! xoxo
sue from wisconsin.... :)
I really really want a closer look (close up peek) at the fabric on the door. Pleazzzzeee.
beautiful photographs :)
such a lovely blog you have! i must brew a pot of tea and read your older posts tomorrow. it is always so lovely to find a new blog, with such a wonderful photos. your dresses would be lovely for the garden work, pockets full of seed packets... and probably some soil too.
I love following your grannie chic life, thrift well, and may all the lost souls be found tomorrow!!
Love it. I'm right out there dancing in the rain with you.
I love your "granny chic" words in this post. I hope you find great deals at the thrift store. That trailer in the second pick looks SO retro and fun.
Hope you and Rachel find some fabulous bargins on your 'thrifting hunt'.
A little r&r is good for recharging the energy levels.
Have a good week
Barb from Australia
I must tell you that i like your blog and your style!
oh thank you all for your lovely granny chic wording writing support, truly most kind. the days have whizzed on by and i will be back next week to fill you in on what went on.
cheerio for now and happy weekend to you one and all :)
I love your style! Enjoy!
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