I was let loose without the children the other day on a mission to get my hair cut. The less said about that the better. It's okay now, but when I left the hairdressers I looked as if someone had taped a joke wig to my head. I think it's a curly hair thing. The hairdresser got trigger happy with the curling serum and then diffused it to within an inch of its life. Thankfully, I do not have a picture and have not re-created the effect at home.
At great risk of bad-hair-detection by running into someone I know, I stopped for a quick rummage at a jumble sale in the town square. It was worth the risk as I found this handmade dress. Now, it wouldn't be flattering on me as it is, but I just love the print.
Those amoeba like green flowers are great. Now here's a question - when you find a garment with great fabric, do you chop it up right after you wash it, or do you keep it whole until you want to use it? I'm a bit distracted by the form of the dress and was thinking of chopping it all up now.
Oh, and while you've just had a glimpse of it, isn't our garden looking green? Must put together a post on it soon.