First up are my chazza finds, readers will know that finding reasonably priced vintage clothes in the South is rare, so rare I've yet to find any....but I did score this vintage silk headscarf in my favourite independent chazza shop for only £1!
Over the road at the hospice shop I found these bargains.
Old tin tray £1
Another silk scarf (this one's Accessorize) £1!
I did see a lovely 70's flower power bed cover, but at £15 I thought it was too pricey..... or perhaps I'm just too tight?
On Wednesday my mate Debbie and I had a girly day out in Lewes and ate lunch in a fabulous restaurant called Bill's which had a really buzzing vibe.
The place was packed to the gunwales and the food a delight for the tastebuds. We whiled away a couple of hours catching up on the gossip and family news before a wander around the shops. Lewes is a pretty town with a brewery, lovely boutiquey stores, (with prices to match) a good selection of chazza's and a prison!
The following day over at NM's, he had to go out unexpectedly and I was left home alone with Chalky who was looking decidedly scruffy. After a severe brushing he still looked tatty so out came the scissors and I delivered my first doggie haircut! Chalky loved it. On NM's return I attempted to ride his old Vespa around the garden, (as you do) but the sodding clutch stuck and I almost went arse over tit. No I was not pissed! To avoid further injury I satisfied myself with just snapping it.
Well that's my week, back to the grind tomorrow. By the way, did anyone watch the new Dallas? I have to confess that Dallas is one of my guilty pleasures as I watch the old series' which continually run on CBS, and was curious to see how the new series would measure up. JR, Baaby and Swellen are back and John Ross is now all grown up...as is Christopher who as a baby had a face that only a mother could love and is now a gorgeous hunk! Sue Ellen's lips strangely look larger than they did 30 years ago, now I wonder how that can be?