Blouse - Ann Taylor, thrifted
Bubble skirt - H&M, thrifted
Star Sandals - Poetic License
Starting out with the outfit, I've replaced my other blue skirt with this one. It's roughly the same color and shape, but the fabric is softer, color richer, fit a little better (even though it's longer, I prefer this waist band). I only wish I could find more skirts like this while thrifting. The blouse is another galaxy-esque painterly print. This one an Ann Taylor that still had the tags attached when I bought it. My favorite part is that is fits in the bust without being too revealing or absolutely needing a cami like most knot/wrap style tops.
Harley and Jane left on Wednesday to go to their new family. They were so good on the car ride and settled right into their new home. I'm very proud of them. I miss them all the time.
I spent most of my free time this week with little York and Bruce. York has done a 360 in attitude wants to be picked up, played with, cuddled. He seems to have attached to me personally and clambers into my lap the moment I sit down. Bruce is still twitchy around people, but his behavior is much like the little ones' favorite person -"Uncle Spike" who has turned into a mother hen and playmate. Both of the kittens seem to be coming out of their shell now that the house is quieter and calmer.
|My "grief counselors" York and Bruce|