Yes! I got new Blundstones!
I love my blunnies. They're the Aussie country footwear of choice. And now they come in all kinds of new styles and colours.
I bought my first pair of blunnies the year I moved to Tasmania. I mean, if you're gonna live in the country you gotta have the right footwear, right? I wore those things till they began to fall apart. Then I glued them back together and wore them some more. I repeated this process till I all I was wearing was bits of leather, rubber and glue.
Then I bought myself another pair. I seem to get somewhere between 8-9 years out of a pair of blunnies - that is, the ones which were made in Tasmania. Not sure how the new versions will hold out given they've moved production overseas. We can only hope.
They're the most comfortable boots ever. Seriously. They take a while to break in, but once they do they're like a second skin. As I said, I live in mine. My current brown everyday work on my feet as we speak pair have paint on them, have had the tags chewed off by a dog (what is it with the tags that say 'chew 'me' to every dog that sees them?) but I am not willing to part with them yet.
It was time for another pair that I could wear out without embarassing Wayne.
They come in so many styles and colours now it was a hard decision but red seemed frivolous enough for me. Next time I'm getting another brown pair, with coloured elastic, or striped elastic... Ditto with the pair after that... which will be black...
Can you tell I like my blunnies? Or have I been too subtle?
Just call me Imelda Marcos of blunnies.
But enough about that. What's been happening at the old homestead you may ask? Well, my dog grooming business is going well. I'm still working on new signage but should be finished by the end of the week. If I get cracking.
I've finally cleared out the casita workshop and am now selling things I don't need on Facebook just to clear out room to move. Its a slow process but eventually I'll only have projects I'm working on in there and not a pile of stuff I 'plan to work on one day'...
I found my circular saw - and have used it! - since the last post. And I finally re-opened my Etsy shop which has been closed for years. I'm now selling my make-over dolls in there. Please visit and share. I'm a poor starving artist after all...
This is Abby from NCIS, new to the shop. I've also got characters from Game of Thrones and The Walking Dead. More coming as I finish them.
So I'm getting there. The To Do list gets items crossed off all the time, but new ones are added daily. Now the hydrobath is clogged up so have to fix that... but all in all things are progressing slowly but well.
Its going to be a hot week which means no work in the garden. That's good cause I was planning to put it off a little longer anyway. Any excuse will do!