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!
- Outfits of the week 09/04/21
- Reading roundup 07/04/21
- Update 05/04/21 from an M addict!
- Outfits of the week 02/04/21
- Not a Reading roundup 31/03/21
- Update 29/03/21 with Olympian Gods X 2!!
- Outfits of the week 26/03/21
- Reading roundup 24/03/21
- Update 22/03/21 – I’m back again!
- Taking a break – illness
Tag Archives: mother of pearl
I managed to put on half a nice outfit this week. On most days, I cannot find the energy to get dressed properly because I am struggling to manage my mental health in the current situation. Even getting out of … Continue reading
Yes, you read that correctly. I actually went to the hairdresser’s today and had my hair done. It is about six months since I last went and my hair had grown quite a lot and was very messy. She gave … Continue reading
First of all, I must apologise for not uploading a Scarf of the Moment post about my new Plumes en Fête today. I struggled over the weekend and couldn’t manage to write the post and take the necessary photos. Instead, … Continue reading
OK, so it is really yesterday’s outfit as I have spent today, so far, in bed feeling a bit sorry for myself! Elder Son had to go for his flu vaccination yesterday and he was so nervous that he asked … Continue reading
Looking out of my bedroom window, I can see blue sky and fluffy clouds. At least this is better than the slate grey and heavy rain that we have had recently. No, I still haven’t managed to go out – … Continue reading
We didn’t go out anywhere today, but, even so, I decided to try out my new twinset from Lands’ End with some of my accessories. This scarf is a silk mousseline (chiffon) 140cm in grey, turquoise, yellow, tan, black and … Continue reading
As usual, I treated myself to a couple of nice items at Christmas. I am cheating a little here with this reveal, as I have already opened these and have worn them, but I wanted to show you the lovely … Continue reading