Another hot, hot day. I think I ought to acquire a new show to watch, as I'm caught up on True Blood (sadface!), and Fringe only happens when Greg is available to watch it with me. Any suggestions? And don't even bother recommending Mad Men! I have heard enough about that show to last me a lifetime. I'll check it out eventually; I just don't have any special interest in the '60s (sorry about that guys, didn't mean to be so cavalier about your show, which is actually from the '60s and not the '50s!), or anything that doesn't involve vampires or space travel, quite honestly. Does that make me a genre snob? Or just a geek snob? We'll just say I'm a snob and have done with it. Any geeky shows I should know about?
I'm wearing: Anthropologie dress, F21 belt, Blowfish booties, Ralph Lauren sunglasses, necklace from a street fair in Italy.
Yes, I know, I've worn this dress before! Gasp. I hope it's not too soon, and you won't harbor a grudge against me for re-styling a dress so soon. Although, really, it is real life here. And I have no money to buy new dresses. Plus, I love this one so much! I got it in California while visiting Greg's mother. Good memories.
I'm thinking of making a couple skirts for myself this week. I have a brand new sewing machine that's only seen a few Renaissance-related projects, so I want to break it in further. I also have a JoAnn Fabrics gift card that's been lying around since Christmas, so I should really get some use out of that! Do any of you make your own clothes? Where do you find affordable, cute patterns? I'm a sewing n00b.