Do you believe in karma? If karma does exist, I wish I could figure it out.
First of all, I think the karma gods are paying me back for gloating about our great weather last week.
|You can see all the rain on the screen, but it's still beautiful outside.|
As you know, I felt pummeled by the work week last Friday - now what was that in retaliation for? Anyway, on the weekend I applied a little retail therapy. I didn't go thrifting, but I did patronize a local, family-owned shoe store that has been in business here since the 1930s. Good karma, they were having a sale! I bought some blue sandals (below) and some green shoes.
|Bare Traps - sort of denim blue|
Said shoes are now at Jim the Shoe Doctor (established 1903 – different Jim?) getting non-slip rubber heel caps. The shop had the back door open and a large fan going, but still was overpowering with fumes. I don't know how anyone can work there, but they must be good because they were busy. And they have over 100 styles of socks! I'll take a picture - and buy socks - when I go back to pick up my shoes.
Speaking of socks, here are the ones I bought a couple of weeks ago.
These are Ozone, worn with my thrifted, lace-up booties (so comfortable – I love these).
The asymmetrical skirt you've seen twice before (here and here). The black V-neck tee is Croft & Barrow, and the blue cardi is from Target. I like to think of this style as frumpy comfy hip.
The necklace is my own copy of the Pompidou necklace, which is available from my Etsy shop (link here).
So I'm hoping some good karma is due. I need to win at bowling tomorrow!