Thursday, July 4, 2013

The daisy skirt goes to Mongolia

(Trying to be serious ... it's not really working)
 Yesterday was my younger Brothers Birthday. I decided to wear this vintage daisy skirt.
I brought my camera to the Restaurant only to realize that I forgot my battery for the darn thing in the charger. Luckily I had my cell phone and got the pic below.
(My Brother and I)
(My plate of food)
We went to a Mongolian BBQ. It was absolutely delicious. I was so full near the end my Mr. had to help me finish my plate. *lol*
 I found my Umbrella at The Salvation Army I paid $2.50 for it.
 These daisy's grow in our yard every year. I love them they grow quite tall and have to be tied up to a stake.
As you can see they go perfect with my skirt.
*smile*
 
I just got this lamp from Salvation army for $10.00.  It is a really funky wood and brass lamp. It has a cast iron base. Now there is one this missing..... and that would be some glass shades that go over those brass cut out cylinders. Even though the lamp looks cool without glass shades I will surely be on the lookout for some that will make it look even better.
I dunno what it is but I have taken a liking to this stuffed pig. I haven't bought it and will try and refrain myself. BUT THERE IS A BIG blanket inside the pig so it's making it rather hard for me.
*hehehhe*
 
HAPPY JULY 4TH to all my American Bloggie friends. I hope you are all having lovely BBQ'S AND FIREWORKS and whatever other fun stuff that goes along with your Holiday.

15 comments:

  1. So good to see you blogging again. You look adorable, as always. I love your daisy skirt...and your real daisies.

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  2. Daisy! Melzadaisy! Super cute. And your brother looks like he's as much fun as you are!

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  3. Well helloooooooo there darlin'!!!!!!!! Oooooh I do love it when my beautiful bloggy mates go out and completely gorge themselves on delicious exotic food, especially when there's a gorgeous daisy skirt to perve at!!! xoxoxoox

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  4. That skirt is gorgeous, I'd have fought you for that beauty if we'd been in the same shop! xxx

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  5. Oooh daisies with red middles and a black background! Just like my dress! Lovely :)

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  6. Great skirt! And I love the giant daisies in your garden too.
    Mmmm... Noodles. And cool lamps. Lovely! xxxx

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  7. Gorgeous gorgeous skirt. The print looks so familiar but I can't think why, annoyingly. The only time I had a Mongolian BBQ was in India and I completely missed the point that the food had to be cooked! I know! How mad is that! Xx

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  8. You look super cute in your daisy outfit, lovely. I love that parasol too. That plate of food looks delicious, no wonder you ate as much as you could! xxx

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  9. Amor,
    I don't see nothing wrong with that daisy skirt. looks awesome on you. loving your long mermaid hair.I think I seen a dress with that fab print somewhere.You killing with yummy Mongolian food.I bet you took that piggy blanket thingy with you. what an odd cool lamp.Your parasol looks like mine. what a deal!
    I found out about the man by checking with my cards and had a weird dream about an old man in that cottage.

    Besos

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  10. oh i love your daisy skirt! how adorable it is! i have never eaten mongolian, but i guess it is delicious ;) my brothers birthday is very soon i have to take him out to some asian restaurant too, we love all these food and being silly together ;)
    kiss,mary

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  11. Amazing pics! So great:)

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  12. Ooo, that LAMP!!!! It's divoon, darl!
    I love when things match up nicely, such as your skirt and the garden!!! Love the parasol, I must find one, dammit!
    I have never eaten Mongolian, but it looks delish!!!
    XXX

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  13. I love the daisy theme! You are so lucky you have some in your garden. My mom has a lot of lame plants, green, no flowers.

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  14. The daisy skirt is very sweet and I love the new lamp. Hope you find some shades soon. The buffet sounds great, I've never seen one here. I think the pig is Olivia, from a kids tv show of the same name.

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  15. I adore the fabulous daisy skirt and as I COLLECT parasols, I'm in LOOOVE with your gorgeous parasol! Happy Birthday, Little Brother!

    Sarah xxx

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