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 07/08/20 with a beautiful reveal!
- Reading roundup 05/08/20
- Update 03/08/20
- Update 31/07/20 with lovely Hermès Plumes en Fête
- Reading roundup 29/07/20
- Outfit of the day 24/07/20
- Reading roundup 22/07/20
- Update 20/07/20 with a very naughty little reveal!
- Update 17/07/20
- Reading roundup 15/07/20
Tag Archives: owls
I do hope that you all had a good weekend, whether you were working or playing. Elder Son is working hard at the moment as he has taken on quite a lot of overtime to boost his wallet! He has … Continue reading
I managed to go out today! It feels like a small miracle, to be honest. My health has been improving slowly – Lovely Husband realised that my vision was a little better this afternoon because I managed to read something … Continue reading
I had planned to write about some of my other Christmas gifts today, but I am feeling very pleased that I was actually able to go out, so I will post about that instead. Yes, it was only to the … Continue reading
Oh, it has been such a nasty wet day! I am feeling quite pleased, though, as I have completed quite a few useful tasks for once. We are madly trying to get all of our household/family paperwork in order and, … Continue reading
Yesterday was such a positive day. Somehow, the stars and planets were aligned and both Lovely Husband and I felt well enough to go out. In addition, it was really gorgeous day with a bright blue sky and sunshine – … Continue reading
Oh, it is about time that I showed you my latest buys! If you read Tuesday’s post, you may remember that I managed to stagger into my favourite local boutique, Sonrisa, after my haircut. I had seen a pretty brooch … Continue reading
I was hoping to post an Outfit of the Day today, but I have been suffering with a virus on top of everything else, so am in bed for the day. So, I will show you all one of my … Continue reading