Decked out in Skulls and Gray: “The Fashion Stump”

Today is a brighter, happier day! The snow is melting outside. I feel I have been unable to run errands or get out on the roads for days and days. I thought perhaps we needed a “fashion” post from The Fashion Stump, not that this is fashion at all. This is called dressed way down in loose leggings, a dress covered in skulls, and a soft gray sweatshirt with darker gray roses all over it. But still, it’s the thought that counts, right?

The camellias that were so white and soft and beautiful last week are now frozen brown. There is something so beautiful about them. They look like they have been tea stained, still shaped perfectly. It makes me want to press them for a project of some kind. Hmmm. Maybe I will.

Out in the edge of “Lynnwood,” my woodland garden, the mushroom statue is pretty against the snow.  Lynnwood: my little magical forest that grows and changes very little at the time, while I heal and make decisions and think about things past and future. Mostly I try to just stay in the present moment. Just in this day. That is a safe thing to do. I believe too much worry shows we are in the past. Anxiety may prove that we are too much in the future. It’s best to stay in the right-now. All we have is today.

I am still looking for greenhouses at local shops and on Amazon. I want something small and simple that I can build around with wood and old windows. If I can dream it, I can do it.

Enjoy this day!

Lynn

2 thoughts on “Decked out in Skulls and Gray: “The Fashion Stump””

  1. Hi Lynn. I like gray colors lately. Yes snow does keep us from going out and about! I am impressed your flowers were white before the snow. The natural color of the brown is nice though! xo xo Andrea

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