While visiting Whangamata I had a little spend. I didn't 'do' all the shops, I really cannot be arsed with the walk the length of the street thing, not my bag actually. But Whangamata has a few unique shops I always visit and at this time of the year there are even pop up shops.
In the shop my sister Manages, 'Glamour' all the hand made felt Christmas decorations were on 50% so what better time to select a few for the tree. Problem was deciding which ones to leave behind.
These super duper, lovely jubbly, colourful and soft shoes I bought from a pop up shop. So comfortable to walk in, in fact I might take up walking!!! Or NOT!! Great for my gammy foot. They are destined for an outing tonight.
Whangamata has two Opportunity Shops with little opportunity! But I found two bags of mixed trims at the church one @ $2 each, and the old vinyl man bag at the St Johns one for $5. St Johns is well over priced which is a shame as there is stuff still sitting there from this time last year!!
I wanted some shorts, but you can get either micro short shorts the bog standard teenage look or things that fit and go under your knees, as in Nana pants, both sorts just don't rock my boat. Luckily I found these patchwork ones which screamed out my name!! I wore them today and they are mint and so me.
we found where the girls have been laying some of their eggs.
In a bucket if you please!!
My Sunflowers are living up to their name.
I visited my lovely friend Anne today
she has a new baby.
Milo - a chocolate Lab.
Her garden has beautiful Hydrangeas in it.
With a new year looming it is time for words of wisdom.
Now you are well informed
go forth and have a...
...and I will see you all next year!!