A few month back I found a decrepit pair of C&J Chepstows in a thrift shop. I sent them off to C&J for refurbishment. They came back today and I am very pleased. Before and after pics are up on my Tumblr (link is in my sig).
Must have missed you fxh; I was in there earlier. I picked up my op shop Chepstows, back from C&J refurbishment. I've put up before and after photos on my Tumblr (link is in my sig). The difference is pretty dramatic.
Guys you may remember a few month back I found a decrepit pair of C&J Chepstows. I sent them off to C&J for refurbishment. They came back today and I am very pleased. Before and after pics are up on my Tumblr (link is in my sig).
Jasmin et Cigarette today. I don't mind this at all, but it seems to have disappeared on me pretty quickly.
After trialling Malaise of the 70s yesterday, I spotted a bottle of it on ebay last night at a ridiculous price, so I bit the bullet. Also considering FB on Protection, as I know someone who wants to sell theirs.
Bit of a mix and match this week; bit of everything.
An OK suit. The shop is clearing everything so I just picked this up to re-donate.
I got excited about this orphan jacket. Never seen RLPL before so I bought it despite my misgivings about orphans, hoping to flip. Now I am almost certain it's a fake.
Pair of AEs, rare in these parts. These need a clean-up, and are too narrow for me, so they are probably going to get re-donated after a...
14. The Ocean at the End of the Lane
The Ocean at the End of the Lane by Neil Gaiman
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
The Ocean at the End of the Lane starts in a fairly mundane fashion. An unnamed middle-aged man at a family funeral drives away from the wake to visit the scene of his childhood. He goes to the farm at the end of the lane, where there is a pond that he and his childhood friend Lettie referred to as an ocean.From this unremarkable beginning, Gaiman launches into a...