Pink and blush tulips in harmony on the mantel, their colours softening with time. The brighter ones were a gift from Miss S's parents for keeping her overnight recently.
I've never had or needed a large wardrobe. With this full-time teaching stint I find myself scrambling to come up with new combinations. Black, grey and navy feature strongly. Colour is added with scarves and the occasional cardigan.
Last week I took a daily photo before I stepped out the door. I found it a good exercise in seeing what I wear and how I feel about my style. I think I'll continue for awhile. It's easy to get into a rut and pull on the same things day after day.
Something else I did a few weeks ago was to turn all my hangers backwards on the rod. When I wore something I put it back in the closet correctly hung. I'm pleased to see that I wear much of what's hanging there. Just a few things need to be incorporated into my daily wear or taken to the thrift store.
Another tulip photo - this one with a 60s vibe thanks to special effects from Picasa. Remember the rounded corners and the yellowish cast?
I'm off to another day in the classroom. Report cards are due in the next day or two and my blog visiting time will be minimal. I'll catch up with everyone closer to the end of the week.