There have been so many foggy days and foggy nights here, lately, it has seemed we must be living inside a cloud; certainly not days fit for getting out with the camera, or so I thought.
A couple of days ago, I had a strong desire to go exploring in search of something to "shoot," so when Millie and I headed into that foggy cloud, my camera was right at hand. I was surprised, but not disappointed, at the results. In the top photo, I can almost see Thoreau stepping down to water's edge as he contemplates the day.
Now for the brown corduroy... It is exactly like the red corduroy, except it is brown...my color, for sure. Both dresses have back ties or sashes, just as my dresses had when I was a kid. ( I have previously written about those sashes here.) There were four ties to be narrowly hemmed all around, so I pulled out the old Singer with her narrow hemmer attachment, and went to work. She stitched as though she were new, right out of the box, despite the fact that she is now fifty years old. It was good practice, for sure, but I think the next dresses I make won't have sashes.