Outfit details: Christopher & Banks sweater - thrifted; George skirt - thrifted;
Fergalicious peep-toes - thrifted; hoop earrings - JCP;
vintage tulip pin - local shop.
See? Smiling! More or less. With my kid-sized mouth, it's difficult to make a big, full-on smile. It's also a challenge to get dental x-rays. They have to use the kid-sized bites on me, and even those hurt. I think my mouth is about the only tiny body part I've got. But I don't let it stop me from gabbing! Ha ha ha!
Well, I certainly didn't see that topic coming up in today's post. Where DO these rabbits come from?! Back to something relevant to the subject at hand - the vintage tulip pin. Every time we visit an antique shop or consignment store, I peruse the vintage pins. Most of the time, I'm drawn to animal pins or bold flowers. This attraction to vintage pins began a long time ago, when I was a newlywed. My dear mother-in-law gave me a few of her pretty pins when I took a job at a pharmacy. After having been a waitress wearing a uniform prior to that, it was fun to "dress up" for work and add jewelry to the mix. My collection of vintage pins has continued to expand over the past 25 years. I told Some Postman that I've got so many now, that I should wear one every day, even around the house! He wasn't too sure that was a good idea, but I'm pretty sure it is.