This PJ top was made with me purposely in mind.
I missed you all so much.
Goodness, its feels like forever since my last post. Truth be told it’s been over a month now. I drafted this post a month ago and never got around to finish it. That’s just terrible I should admit. Maybe its because I started wearing this PJ top (hahaha)
Below is just a quick summary of my life since my last post:
- Work and Family. My son is starting prep next year and we went for the interview, which didn’t go quite as planned after all the practice and the lolly treats went out the window the minute we sat down to talk to the interviewer. Apart from that, I was just thankful and can’t wait for him to start next year. Work is busy but I love every minute of it.
- A dear friend of mine lost her mother couple of weeks back and words can’t really describe her grief. I pray God will heal her heart and help her find peace with time. Seeing her reinforces the importance of living life and appreciating every time with our love ones because you never know when you or them will depart from this world. Life is too short and we should celebrate our existence every day.
- I am planning a trip back home to Sierra Leone this December after 14 years. Yes, that’s how long I haven’t seen my mother. Can’t wait for the reunion.
- Reading, binge watching TV series is my usual relaxation method.
Now your turn, let me know what you have been up to in the comment box.
My Fashion Corner:
Let me start by saying that I picked up this Zara PJ top for $2. Yep! that right.
I know am always late with trends, but I was definitely sceptical about this one, when I first read about it in my cosmopolitan magazine. I knew it fit right up in my aisle being the lazy person that I am, but I was like this is laziness on a new whole level. At the back on my mind though I found this trend so cool. From my research it’s was streamline to street wear back in the 80s, but whoever decided to bring it back kudos to them.
I saw few in Zara and H & M stores, but it just wasn’t happening for me and then it does after I found the bargain at an Op (thrift) shop. Ok!! its quite obvious that the price got me in.
I also learnt a lesson that never say never because you just don’t know.
Top: Zara (thrift)
Jean: H & M (old)
Heels: Witchery (old)