Today the sun was warm but the air was cool; the seasons are definitely changing. The highlights of my day have been completing a stage on a highly irritating work project (it’s done unless it gets bounced back – cross your fingers for me), doing some ironing, and digging up potatoes.
The potatoes were the best part.
I have a dance performance coming up and I’m planning to wear this bra top as part of the costume. The aesthetic is “more is more”, though obviously the “more” in question doesn’t refer to fabric.
A girl can dream, right? It’s getting cold here, but I’m dressed (sic) for the islands. (Well, if the tropical sun wouldn’t burn my palagi skin to a crisp in about 30 seconds.)
The necklace and lavalava (sarong) are gifts from Gawan.
Necklaces from the sunny South Pacific, a gift from Gawan.
I bought a new necklace shortly before I left the UK. It’s Tuareg, probably made in Mali or Niger. The guy I bought it from, a Brit, goes to Morocco a couple of times a year to buy stock.
I bought it mostly for stage, hence the size – it was the biggest pendant he had. I’ve been wearing it a lot. I think it’s pretty cool.
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I pay attention to the phases of the moon — not for any special reason, just because the moon is beautiful.
I have a pendant that is silvery, perfectly round and slightly domed. Because it makes me think of the full moon, that’s when I prefer to wear it. It just feels right.