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Anonymous said…
I have been trying for an hour...

"I'm waiting for my sauna to be finished because this dry heat is not making me sweat enough, even with the scarf."

"I'm trying to fit in with the locals, but could only find this cream cowl online and not their fancy beaded necklaces."

"Do you think you could help me lift this roll of reeds?"

"I'm kinda leaning forward because the weight of the wool is wearing me down."

"This skirt complements the neutral tones of the landscape-inspired crochet top. Accessorize with dark stockings and a faux-cowl to blend in with the locals."
Susie Sunshine said…
Babette's Diary Day 4: The Elders expression, "Shit a log" is literal and not figurative.
Boho Style Guide Rule No. 412: One can never be under or overdressed for ones own "burning at the stake", but do note that natural fibers burn better.
kmkat said…
Dressing properly for the Game of Thrones reenactors was turning out to be more challenging than Millicent had expected.
Anonymous said…
I can't compete with the likes of Susie Sunshine, but I wanted to let you know that sweater looks so much like a weaving sampler I did in Jr. high school art. Yes, it was in the 70's.

Carol
Whilst waiting to find that needle in the haystack, she felt a strange presence behind her and hoped it was the cabana boy.
TheOneTrueSue said…
It has been so long that I don't even know what game we are playing, but - I feel like I've found an old friend! I used to read you - what feels like long ago. Hello, hello, hello again.
Ginnie said…
Mrs. Pom's made me laugh out loud!

"Can you see what this straw has done to my knee? Can you? Can you? Just look at it!"
Scot said…
The Aztec village of Quahaka has been weaving ugly shoes worn by ultra-skinny girls for decades. Made of dried swamp reeds, they're extremely lightweight so very little energy is needed to lift your feet.
Skinny girls come from all over the world to buy them and other handmade accessories, also made by the Aztec women.
Here our model, Long Armed Lucy, is seen wearing an arm gauntlet made from dried Jaguar thighs and the exqiusite 5 foot long scarf, made from buffed and brushed Llama intestine. Both weighing in at less than 4 ounces each!
As Bijoux questioned her choice of outfit, local villagers struggled to comprehend how the poor girl was standing with such clearly diseased legs.
Sunna could hardly contain herself as she embarked on the oldest Aztec joke of all - the how close can you get while pretending you're a haystack gag.
Having questioned the styling of an earlier shoot, Milloway was resigned to the fact she was now going to be draped in wool and straw for the rest of the week.
alice c said…
The Peruvian - a method of draping a snake to imitate an alpaca scarf
Anonymous said…
It was hot... Africa hot, and the only thing I had that wasnt dirty was this schmata.
Ginnie said…
Hey, bb - just saw a story on our local news that the Macy's Thanksgiving parade balloon people practiced today in NJ! Were you there? I looked for you but there were no closeups of the worker bees. They showed the sock monkey, making his debut.
blackbird said…
So CUTE, the sock monkey!

I did not have to go to practice again this year as I am an expert balloon handler!

Look for me in the parade!
Am trying to convince hubby that this is the year to go as I am not cooking for once!
bunny said…
Between lugging hay bales for the village elders and the super chunky cowl she'd chosen to wear, Lisette had developed a perpetual swayed-back slump.
robiewankenobie said…
i'm dying to be in tuvalu over thanksgiving as i know a principal ballet dancer who is leaving her post. it may be my only chance to see the inner workings of the ballet! all my childhood dreams come true!
kt said…
Esmee sulked as the lovely Quechan woman giggled at her choice of smoke-coloured tights.