How many times did I talk about The Shawl? Yip exactly, the fantastic shawl I bought in Omotesando, Tokyo. I also don’t wanna know how many times – but here it is. You may say: “What? That’s it? This friggin frilly black thingy is the fantastic shawl she bought in Omotesando, Tokyo. The super thing she can’t stop talking about?” But you should see it in real life. It looks so much better in real life than in my pictures! And it’s super soft – otherwise I wouldn’t have bought it, because I hate scratchy fabrics. The only problem with the shawl is – oh, actually there are two: 1. the lace straps are so long that they almost touch the floor (or I’m too small), but that’s what makes the shawl so pretty as well. 2. When I wear it here at home, I always carry one or two cats (holding on tight to the straps) around with me.
(Oh, by the way – my hair is not that blond at all. Must be the light.)
Now, I’m gonna try to claim my blog on Bloglivin by pasting a link into this post… and shit, didn’t work again. What am I doing wrong? (I’ve copied it on top of my post, and at the end – nothing worked.)
Yip, it’s embarrassing – I’m so behind. Just discovered Bloglovin a few days ago. A couple of fellow bloggers already wrote me “I’m following you on Bloglovin” – erm OK, I thought. Sounds good, you do that. I really had no idea! And obviously I was never curious enough to check what they were talking about (not curious enough – that’s not me, actually. Absolutely not.). Until I received a nice comment of those two lovely ladies from Sweden, Sara and Emma, whose blog The Little Story Teller you should definitely check out! Forgive me if I don’t follow your blog on Bloglovin, yet. It’s just because I’m stupid. Please bear with me.
Oh, one more thing: The unbelievably talented Al from The Red Dot (I love her drawings!) involved me in the “Pay it forward” game, which means I “have to” write 7 things about myself in one of my future posts and then tag someone else. I didn’t have the time yet to work on a “Pay it forward” post, but again: please bear with me, it’s gonna come. Soon!