Some pretty things that have made their way into my online shopping cart.
In an attempt to make myself feel less stressed about leaving my heart in Tonga with my beloved dog and stop lamenting the dwindling number of days left in “paradise,” I’ve promised myself some retail therapy on the VERY DAY that my plane lands.
I feel that this is completely justified because in the last year I’ve probably spent less than $30 on second hand clothes and every single item I’ve brought with me has fallen apart in our washing machine/destroyer of clothing.
I’ll be headed to a shopping centre on the VERY DAY that my plane lands because my hair is super messy and needs a cut and I am desperate to get my fringe back once I do not live in a culture that primarily communicates through the used of raised eyebrows. Bravo Sydney for not needing to read my eyebrows. Said eyebrows are messy too. Solution? Get a blunt fringe.
I am however, planning a very strategic shop (limited to the hairdresser, Kmart and probably Target) as I am expecting a sensory overload again and an existential crisis about the nature of too much choice in consumer goods.