Okay guys, here's a good one for you. Last Saturday, the mister and I were getting ready to go see Red Rock Diner, a rock 'n' roll musical with a Vancouver plot. Set in 1957, it was a no-brainer that I would wear my Betty Draper Dress. We had matinee tickets and we are routinely a bit rushed to get out of the house on time for these early shows. We have long done the check dialogue...you know...keys, check; glasses, check; tickets, check. As I picked up the tickets, which may I say are not nearly as special now that they are printed on our home printer, I gave pause. Errrmm, I thought...is it the 16th today? Odd. I thought today was the 9th. oh. dear. and. oops.. Wrong Saturday. Sheeesh...talk about a full dress rehearsal. I guess the bright side is that the tickets weren't for the week before. but. really. With an afternoon suddenly free, I switched out my fancy-schmancy for my Midnight in Paris Dress and flip flops and off we went to Trout Lake Farmers Market, upping our total number of market visits this summer to about six so far. Not bad, eh? On Sunday, we did a long, but leisurely cycle on The Vancouver Seawall. Yes. I had my camera. No. I didn't take photos. Managing a bike and a camera at the same time was not working well. Next time, I'll try harder. Okay, that's all she wrote today...thank you for reading, and inspiring me!
Shorts : : Me-Made, Cynthia Rowley Simplicity 1783
T-Shirt : : Me-Made, Self-drafted Pattern
Espradrilles : : Payless
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