It’s June but the last two days have been in the low 60s and upper 50s, Wisconsin weather gotta love it! The cool air, rain drizzle, and fog over the lake puts me in a fall frame of mind. I start thinking about warm chunky cable knit sweaters, leggings, boots, hot drinks, a good book, and a relaxing place to sit.
Sweater, Leggings, Boots, Bag
This outfit looks so comfy but I hope I don’t need to bother with heavy clothing for a couple of months. Summer where are you??
PS. I apologize for the poor looking fashion board, I didn’t have my laptop with Photoshop with me
Lightly the rain covers the leaves, grass, roses, sidewalk, and road. The gentle breezy brings the fresh moist air into my window. Everything outside is being cleansed by the cool water as my spirit is being up lifted by the smell and calming sound of the rain drops.
Spring in Wisconsin, it means you have to be ready for heat, cold, rain, floods, and snow storms. And no, I’m not joking about the snow storm part, it’s happened before. I think I carry more extra clothes around in Spring than any other season. I can go to Lake Michigan in the morning wearing a jacket and pants, then drive out to my in-laws in Muskego and have to change into a skirt and a tank top. It’s just all around crazy weather. But it can be a little fun when you get to experience 4 season in one week 🙂
This outfit would be for a normal weekend day (I work all week and have no time to go anywhere. I live for the weekends)maybe start out at home on my balcony listening to the birds and the trains or at a coffee shop watching people be anti-social taping away on their computers. Then downtown for some grocery shopping and a walk. And who knows maybe I’ll end my evening at my mom’s, my dad’s or my in-law’s for a bonfire.
Two outfits, sometimes the second outfit is in the car and sometimes I go home in between to change.
For the Day:
Whatever you do today, make sure you enjoy it!
This weekend, my husband and I drove out to Madison to visit the Orchid Garden Centre. They have 3 greenhouse of beautiful orchids. We managed to come home with only 1 additional orchid and a couple of other plants.
Here are the plants setup at home with a little grow light (garbage bags to protect the table until we get a table-cloth):
There are 4 Orchids on this humid tray (starting at back) Vanilla Orchid , 2 Moth Orchids (Phalaenopsis), 1 Darwin orchid (Angraecum sesquipedale)
This is 2 Oncidiums. The one in front is dormant, the one is back is the new one which is flowering.
Pink Ivy ish plant
And on are way home, you can clearly see that we have had a bit of rain, this little river shouldn’t be so large: