The radio has announced that the weather over here will remain autumn-like until the New Year's eve; and as much as it pleases me to hear that - is also means that the winter will stay longer - maybe even well into March.
So, let's get going...
Beside the loively knitting I can see
an adorable wallet
(and are those feathers? ..sadly, there's no color to them)
Cosing a right bed mattres is hugely important -
sleep is where our body goes to get stronger
for the day to come
If it was only true.. that a little bit of cream can pull a man closer
BUT - it is true.. a little bit of cream
makes your skin glow and makes you more confident
"I lost 18 pounds"
(to us, metric-system folks, that's about 8 kilos)
"The beginning of the BALL season"
My dear.. what that must have feel like...
Building a suit from "brokat"
(that's heavy silk)
The editor has picked her favorite pieces
of the "new fashion"
I notice a lot of sparkling in the materials
that would do great on a special occasion
The hoby-work for this month
(has an Indian theme to it)
You think we're seeing some new technology in dieting?
No, think again
This add informs us there's "a meal in the glass"
This page and the followin one are dedicated
to the work-wear
I'm so sorry that you can't see the far left:
it's the cleaning-staff's dress
(much better than seeing women in sweatpans)
"wea re proud of mom"
...about the new dresses that are on sale
"required by them - chosen by us"
and, here's our darlig Sissy
she's providing us with options and ideas
for our autumn attire.
Long, huge coats
(I'm affraid those would "swallow" me up) :)
..the shoes I like (dog is a Russell Terrier?!)
See this; this is why I look at these magazines:
even the kids are spotlessly dressed up.
...we used to look like that
I know nagging is the last on your list; but I don't consider this statement a nagging-ish. It's my way of trying to let you know how it was back in the late 1980s and early 1990s. Even with severe osterity measures, we were on our best..
I remember going to the kindergarden, everything had to be sorted out the evening before, even the bag with my indoor-shoes (I will not stat a discussion on taking your shopes off when entering a room - it is like that over here, it's what we live like). I remember having my lunch-mug packed (lunch was provided by the staff, but you had to carry your own mug, to prevent contamination and to secure your safety - you never know are those mugs they give you in the cantine really washed well, right?). And I remember having our little coat-hangers labeled with stickers (mine was a pear) - so every kid knows it's place.
No, really: this is how we learned (early on) to know that, just like household items, we too have to know our place in this world. And, once you learn the order of things as a five year old - you'll surely continue living an orderly and organized life. :)
(have I bored you?)
This image, just above the text
am I the only adult that wants this in their wardrobe=
As a matter of fact, this is still not the end of this issue. There will be a "part III" of this magazine, since all the pages has survived the test of time.. and will come your way next Wednesday. Until then, I hope you've enjoyed it.
Have a great mid-week.