Hurray! I'm back to my "real" hair!
- Jacket - Le Chateau, consignment; first seen here in April with leaves and ketchup
- Skirt - Kay Unger, thrifted; purchased here a couple of weekends ago for $7.99
- Shoes - Steve Madden, purchased in 2006; last seen here on New Year's Eve in December 2014
For Lorena, who asked if we ever let Vizzini out - nope. The closest he's ever been to outdoors is in his cat-cage going to the vet.
We live close to town between two very busy streets, plus I like all the birds in our neighbourhood - and Vizzini would be a vicious bird murderer. He already tries to murder us; I'm sure he would try to take on a raccoon or a deer and get himself hurt. We run him around a lot (we call it "yard work," like in a prison, heh) and play with him and he loves all four of his scratching posts, so he gets lots of exercise. Despite his sneak escapes into the hallway (rare), that's the closest he gets to outdoors.
|"I'd be a beast in the wild."|
The jacket got a lot of compliments too - I was told I looked very corporate. I had a crappy day (my computer tanked), so it was at least nice to know I looked good.
- Cuff - About Tine
- Chain bracelet - Club Monaco
- Earrings - thrifted
In keeping with previous Literary Stylings, here's the lit I've been reading this past month.
First up, Julian May's "Ironcrown Moon" which is Book Two in the Boreal Moon Tale.
Next is my follow-up bathroom book to the disastrously awful novel, "Random Walk" - also by Lawrence Block - is a quick adventure in his Evan Tanner spy series.
One of my coworkers, Stuart, loaned me this book. We had one of those "Ohmygod, you have to read this" conversations after I confessed I'd never heard of Lois McMaster Bujold (wiki link), who's won a bunch of Hugo Awards.
ere). I've finished "Shards of Honor." I enjoyed it, especially the main character, Cordelia. It's a rollicking sci-fi adventure with political machinations among interesting characters.
Book Club is tomorrow night, and I'll have a new book to read. It's also my turn coming up to pick the next book - exciting! I'm thinking maybe some sci-fi!