Indian cotton dress: Intian Basaari
Cardigan: Benetton sample sale
Boots: Urban Outfitters, circa 2003
Last Friday morning I got out of bed, stretched, and then realised that I couldn't move my head. A sharp pain ripped through the right side of my upper body, from between my spine and the shoulder blade, all the way to my fingertips. (Yes, it must have been quite a stretch.) For two days Chris had to help me get dressed, and I am still having trouble lifting things, and my right side still aches. At least I can move my head again, which is nice.
Since there has to be something better to do than whine and feel sorry for oneself when one encounters injury, for the past couple of days I have entertained myself with the help of eBay. I soon got to finding things I had no idea I wanted: a bright turqoise embroided hippie vest (someone wanted to pay way more than I did)! A mustard-yellow suede spy-coat (I didn't have time to take measurements before the auction closed)! A sequined short-suit (not nearly as bad as it sounds)! A watch manufactured in the Soviet Union to celebrate the 40th anniversary of the ending of the Great War! There is so much stuff on eBay, and the whole bidding process is nerve-wrecking, even if I am not the one bidding. The website is dangerous, I tell you. I am not going back, at least for a while.