The LibrainFormer professional school librarian, now retired through chronic illness. Trying to keep cheerful by reading, drinking lots of tea, blogging my new life, and my love of bling!
- Update 18/06/21
- Reading roundup 16/06/21
- Update 14/06/21: my Massaccesi handbag lineup!
- Update 11/06/21: hunting for pretty nightwear… continued!
- Reading roundup 09/06/21
- Update 07/06/21: hunting for pretty nightwear
- Outfits of the week 04/06/21
- Reading roundup 02/06/21
- Update 31/05/21
- Update 24/05/21 – taking a break
Tag Archives: L’Arbre du Vent
At last, I am able to write about my haircut, which I had over a week ago! I have been struggling this week, in various ways, but I will not go into details as I really don’t want to moan. … Continue reading
I do hope that you had a great weekend. Mine was OK, although I spent most of it in bed watching the final episodes of Scandal and the first of series 16 of Grey’s Anatomy, thanks to my iPad and … Continue reading
After a very difficult week, today has been pretty good so far. I was able to get up, dress in a nice outfit and go to my counselling appointment in the morning. Mind you, I have to climb two flights … Continue reading
Wow! It is almost the end of October. I can hardly believe how quickly the time is flying by. Tomorrow, Lovely Husband is having an eye operation in the afternoon and we have been trying to prepare for some days, … Continue reading
I was a bit low both physically and mentally over the weekend. As I am spending so much time in bed these days, I am beginning to question why I am collecting so many scarves and other accessories, when I … Continue reading
As I prepare to write this blog post, I am feeling quite contented. It would be such a tiny thing in most people’s lives, but is such a big deal in mine. Yes, Lovely Husband took me to the local … Continue reading
I adore the gorgeous colours and the complex pattern of L’Arbre du Vent. This scarf was designed by Montserrat Gonzalez-Lugo for Hermès’ Autumn/Winter 2015 season. The design is versatile and ties beautifully because all four corners are very different, showcasing a … Continue reading