It used to be a normal thing for me to stay up nearly all night working on projects, but I think I may have crossed some midlife age line, telling me all-nighters are a thing of the past for me. My oldest son and I spent the weekend in Arkansas, where we visited my middle son and they both attended a special college event, then we drove through the night to in order for him to get to his 8 am class this morning. I’m glad I went, but I think it may take a few days for me to catch up on my sleep and get my brain to stop feeling foggy.
Anyway, since I haven’t been home to work on any new projects, I thought I’d share some pretty antique graphics instead.
Summer’s coming, and while many of us are cleaning out our closets to make room for summer clothing, I thought it would be fun to see what the ladies were wearing over 100 years ago. These were summer gowns featured in a late 1800’s Harper’s Bazaar magazine. Aren’t they beautiful? I’m sure I wouldn’t want to wear dresses (and corsets) like these all the time, but wouldn’t it be fun to be able to wear one just for a day?