Those crazy weekends jam packed with work have finally caught up with me. I went and caught myself a proper flu today. I made it through the day with a hefty dose of cold medicine and any fluids I could get my hands on. Hot cups of tea, coke zero and cold milk helped to break the monotony of drinking my body weight in water.
The highlight of the day though was venturing down the road from work to my local Westfield in search of my cold medicine. It must be the law of Westfield to get completely lost the first time you visit an unfamiliar one. It took me half an hour to find the chemist, even with the attentive help of one of the centre's friendly concierges. Then I needed a drink - 10 minute wait in line at Woolworths and then a sit down - 10 minutes to find a lounge area. All the while running a fever and feeling achy. Okay, this is decidely a first world kind of crisis but I'm under the influence of Claratyne D so it's the drugs talking, not me.
|Skirt - Saba, sweater - Country Road, necklace - FF Leo by Red Phoenix Emporium|
Speaking of first world issues, doe anyone else get frustrated trying to work out what colour shoes to wear with navy blue?
|Loafers - Ecco, pumps - Country Road (back in the day), flats - Salvatore Ferragamo|
To my eyes, chocolate brown is fine for more casually cut pieces. Red is good for an all navy and white outfit, except that I really, really, really had to wear my fuchsia accented RPE necklace today. Then there's black. Are black and navy okay together? Do bone coloured stockings aid and abet the pairing of these colours or do they make them a legitimate comobination? This late in the evening, I'm still not sure if I have the answer.
It's nearly 11pm here and I'm off back to bed after waking up from a 'nap' that started at 7pm. Take your vitamins everyone and drink plenty of water! And weigh in on the 'shoes that go with navy' debate if you like.