Here goes the debut of my mustard leather fanny pack. I love it, and especially since it was a gift from my dear friend, Emma. She is always thinking about me whether at flea markets or antique shop, and constantly surprises me with amazing gifts. She sent me this fanny pack from her old job in the woods teaching kids about environmental education, and had found it at a very small market. (of sorts) Made by Rachel-X it caught her eye initially with its flashy color, AND THEN turned out to be a fanny. (YES!)
Sweater/Vintage, Fanny Pack/Vintage, Cords/Gap, Shoes/BC Footwear, Shades/Vintage, Scarf as headband/Vintage, Watch/Swiss Army
These photos were taken on Sunday, it was such a pretty day I could not sit indoors. I ate my breakfast outback swinging & listening to the million birds living in the vine cluster that was formally a tree. Speaking of outdoors & my backyard, I have bad news, well for me anyways, my garden does not appear to have survived the freezing temps. I know most all the lettuce is gone, but the collards (my least favorite) will probably make it. I am crossing my fingers for the broccoli to survive, it is very saddening. I tried covering the plants with a tapestry but I think I was too late. I am done pouting, since it’s completely out of my hands and in mother nature’s.
Hope everyones Tuesday is a swell one!