Stir-fry as planned last night, with the left-over sausages from Monday on the side.
Tonight everyone's in different places, so we're fending for ourselves. I am contemplating a jacket potato with tuna mayonnaise once I get home from a lecture at work this evening.
Bit of a repeat today, I'm afraid. Hopefully that won't be the norm now that my list is basically set.
|Normal-ish phone-holding achieved!|
Plum pocket skirt (item 2): It's still doing fairly well, but some pilling is starting to become evident where my bag hangs against my hip. And I forgot to put a slip on this morning, so it's sticking to my tights like nobody's business.
Cream jumper (item 1): After several sunny but chilly days I have learnt my lesson and am feeling really rather cosy today. But I so want it to be spring and just don't have the right clothes on my list for that. Well, we shall see. Perhaps it will be possible to tweak my colours using only accessories. It's a challenge for the rest of Lent, certainly.
Footwear: Tan Mary Janes. I've climbed 8 storeys-worth of stairs in these so far today and no misadventures so far. I'm not certain that the fit is exactly right but my feet aren't complaining today.
Accessories: purple scarf - this has been borrowed from my girlfriend (her mother gave us one each for christmas but mine is pink and wasn't anywhere to be seen this morning) and is so soft and thin, but large enough (and made from I-know-not-what) that it's cosy too. In the winter I'm known for wearing scarves draped around like this, but perhaps more so in my student days when I spent many days studying in large draughty spaces.
Purple earrings - stolen from my mother who kept getting them caught in her clothing. Not really the right kind of purple, but never mind.
Ring stack - cheap as the proverbial chips, this ring stack used to have different surface textures but the shiny ones have dulled and the textured one has buffed so now they all look the same. And the plating is wearing through so the coppery metal beneath shows through.
Today I'm wearing different glasses. And I've just noticed that one of the lenses is starting to make a break for freedom. I prefer my usual pair for comfort but these are a bit more subtle (I think the impression they give in the photograph of slipping off my nose is because my head is tilted down looking at the phone screen to line up the shot). Perhaps a wee post about my glasses-wearing is in order. They might even be interesting enough to warrant such a thing!