- The Dress.
- Mustardy yellow cardigan that came from the Noa Noa sample sale.
- Leggings on tights because I can’t keep track of this bloody weather.
- DMs because I like them.
- My Triceratops necklace.
We took these pictures on the way home in the sunset light. Sunshine makes me feel so happy, even if it does freckle my skin.
The cardigan came from a Noa Noa sample sale, so is one of a kind (I think). It has poppers up the front, sleeves that don’t quite reach my wrists (this is excellent because I’m forever rolling my sleeves up), and is a lovely mustard yellow. It being a sample, it has no washing instructions, so I have no idea how to clean it. I usually throw it in a handwash cycle and hope for the best.
Oh my giddy aunt, I’m talking about washing clothes. This is what I’ve come to. In my defence, my Dress has just come out of the washing machine, so I’m sat here wondering if it’ll be dry for tomorrow. I bloody hope so.
This is my Triceratops Designosaur. I’ve written before about how my favourite dinosaur is the triceratops. Scary looking but vegetarian. Like Mike Tyson. Anyway, it’s made from laser-etched cherry wood. I got it a couple of years ago and have loved it ever since. I don’t think that the company that makes them makes this particular one any more. It’s an endangered species.
We’re over a third of the way to the target! That’s so good. Well done, you. There’s still a way to go yet, though.
St Michael’s staff make around 18 home visits a day. They help people not just in the actual hospice but in the local area too. With the recent news about carers being forced to cut visits to patients due to lack of money (it was on Radio 4 this morning and in the Times) these services are needed more and more. They need funding, however, and that’s where you come in.
Just £30 would help fund one of these visits. That’s £30 to help someone stay in their own home.
Justgiving.com/caitlin-rushby or text ODOM79 £5 to 70070