Wednesday, February 16th

Day 16

Gonna miss you Emily

Woah, I celebrated a lil too much at the Phil Collins day parade last night and this morning I am feeling sludgy. I can honestly say I don’t have any strong feelings towards Phil but I used it as an excuse to spend some QT with our apprentice Emily before she leaves us at the end of the week for bigger and better projects of her own. For the past six weeks I’ve been lucky to have Emily as an RHLS apprentice and I didn’t want to let her go with out some last laughs and real talk.

Creating outfits everyday has been fun but today is a day to take a step out into the world and remember why I am wearing this dress. Thanks to everyone who has donated so far to City Harvest, lets keep it up! Educating kids early on about the power of a healthy diet just might help them break the cycle of poverty.

And thanks to My Fair Frock for donating this Cat and Owl Sweater. I love it, just a couple of buddies hanging out on a sweater



Love the sweater, clearly Edward Lear inspired.

The Owl and the Pussycat went to sea
In a beautiful pea-green boat,
They took some honey, and plenty of money,
Wrapped up in a five pound note…

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Ruby tagged this 🙂

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It makes me so happy and surprised when other people know about that poem…

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Anon – My mom and I used to recite that when I was little. I had it memorized at one point. Such a great poem!

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killer sweater! i like those boots, too. may your next apprentice be just at fabulous.

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The sweater is awesome. I love how your LBD looks like a pencil skirt with the sweater and tights. Good look for you

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I bet Emily was really glad to be your apprentice!

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You looked like Spidey in my top views (minimised screen). Made me smile. Love the sweater!

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Ashe tagged this Cuddly

Like the colours, the boots AND the location! Where is that?

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pam tagged this so cute

the sweater is the coolest item I’ve seen on UP!

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