Wednesday, December 12, 2018

Trippy Vintage 60s Styled with Totes Boots and Invisible Man


So, this was a trippy vintage 60s shirt, shown here & even earlier as a blonde here, but I have to admit these are new Amazon bought boots.  They were $29 form the brand Totes.  I tore up my silly daily winter boots I had last year and everything secondhand was super pricey.  



This originally posted on IG here.

Just read Invisible Man by Ralph Ellison and it def made me 'more human'.  Great book.


Really puts the small potatoes idiocy I have to deal with into perspective.  Grateful for his contribution to the literary arts.

One good thing about getting older, and hopefully a little wiser, is you slowly tighten up the shoe laces of your character, so to speak.  Bit of a struggle, but worth doing every day for sure. 

I'm also, at 42, doing some planning for the future.  Including deciding what I might do for work 10 years from now.  It's exciting.  I do like to think about plans with other people, but if you really want something you work towards it yourself.  

Where do you see yourself?  





Love & Light, 
Becky 
xoxox


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3 comments:

  1. I loved that shirt the first time round and it still do now. Those boots sound like a bargain -new or not!
    I've got ten years on you and still have absolutely no plans for the future - sometimes those plans don't even extend to lunchtime. xxx

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  2. That is a gorgeous shirt! Love the super-pointy collar and Oh, I remember when you were blonde! What funky boots!

    I'm like Vix - I'm 51, and I don't have plans for my future! Mostly, I don't want to be in debt, and I want to be healthy, but you are so right - if you want something to happen/change, you have to do it yourself.

    I read "The Invisible Man" so long ago! I remember liking it, though. I'm reading the Broken Earth trilogy by NK Jemisin - it's amazing! Every book in the fantasy trilogy has won its year's Hugo award - and she's a black, female writer! Yay!

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  3. I am so NOT a planner. I never have been. I figure why start now? LOL Lots of people do accomplish great things though by setting goals. I'm not one of them.

    If I am happy, healthy and have a roof over my head and food in my belly I'm good.

    Suzanne
    http://www.suzannecarillo.com

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