But, I've still had time to frock-up with Flora frippery.
In one of my Eco-caftans, every skerrick of fabric is used in the making of
this said mu-mu.
Fold in half, sew-up the sides.
Cut a whole out for a neckline.
Make that bit into a corsage.
To make the bits and pieces easier to identify for the junior workers.
When there's fifty hands rifling through a drawer.
Not for the faint-hearted, that class.
I'm doing a shout-out for the excellence.
I honestly don't know what I'd do without her.
This one's nice, it's blue-hued soft mesh.
On my wrist is my Loveseeds bracelet.
Pink quartz, silver and coral.
Made by one of my oldest friends, from my own chalkface.
Lucky, I know.
Here's two more Loveseeds.
Moonstone and Onyx.
Silver beads and charms sourced from the Karen Tribe on the Burma and Thai Border.
A kind of slow-jewellery movement, too.
Mine reminds me to s-l-o-w d-o-w-n.
Let me know if you want one.
You can pick the semi-precious stones.
This year's cake reflected protion-control with real blue-berries.
Not quite like last year's.
Get excited it's nearly the weekend!