Definitely the Island is the land of the “four seasons in a day”.
Earlier in the morning it was raining, when I took my shoots the sun was shining, after that it was windy, and when we arrived home it was foggy.
Great for the hair… if you could see mine now… it’s all curly. *laugh*
Sometimes we are so deeply involved emotionally in something (kids, family, work projects) that it’s tough to recognize that we’ve already done our mission and we must let it go.
It is always hard to understand three things: when is the time to let things go, which things to let go and how to let them go.
Many times, we're so deeply upset that our mind is set to that particular "thing" or "things." We compress our minds and take them so seriously as if don't have any more capacity to move on.
But we must go over all the "what ifs" and "why", after that we may learn a valuable lesson. And we find that even though it was painful, we grew through the experience. Just learning to let things go, rather than worrying about what might happen “after us”, might ultimately be worth even more than no matter what it is we had to let go of.
Well a not so inspired outfit today.
black oxford shoes - from mainland through a local store
brown wide-legs pants with black belt – H&M
ivory cowl neck - from my boxes
red cardigan - Mango
Prince of Wales blazer - from my boxes
mustard wool scarf - local store
sunglasses - mainland store
brooch - Hubby's gift
long earrings - gift from Hubby - Details
bracelet - gift
cocktail ring - gift from Hubby
perfume - Noa from Cacharel