As we start our third month of living on a bone marrow transplant unit (almost fourth month if you count the three weeks we spent at the hospital in June for the pre-transplant work-up...er, I do), I admit that taking pics of myself hardly ever occurred to me, but I found one that I must have taken on a good day at home. And it's a good representation of what I look like most days in the hospital.
Ye Gads, I am wearing a headband!
Blouse (secondhand, thredUP); Maxi (Charlotte Russe clearance rack); Blue bracelet (you get a permanent one to wear everyday for FREE on the bone marrow unit)
Today, I had actual business this morning, and leapt (I mean LEAPT!!!!) at the opportunity to wear "real" clothes. The temp was 85 degrees so I gave my pasty white legs an un-maxi-covered outing. It's clear I need to give my camera skills a few more outings, too. It looks like I had the exposure on "super pasty pale yellow cardi"...
Loft sleeveless dress (Goodwill); Cardi (Banana Republic clearance a few year ago); Wedges (Rack Room, old);
Vintage belt & coral rose brooch from my mom but no good pics, sorry)
The Absent Minded Professor takes the best secondhand style pics, so bear with me for a while. We might be together in the same house, say, by December.
I miss normalcy. And my own bed. And you guys of course.