Fine as Wine....

thrifted tuxedo style jacket-a must!
Hi everyone!
As most of you guys know by now, my parent's aren't doing well. This weekend I spent most of my time snuggled up on the sofa, watching the snow fall. And, of course, thinking way too much. My Dad finally got oxygen, so that's a great thing.
Going from the child to the parent can be a challenge to say the least. So, my posts will probably be fewer for a while. I hope you can bear with me!
Then, hopefully someday you will reap the rewards of my wisdom and lunacy ;) 
Because there's something to be gained from both!

This outfit was pulled together after a few tears, a pep talk from the hub's for a much needed errand and grocery run. (The high-low top is a Sears UK French Connection).
So, for this week, I am fine as wine. Boy could I use some......
Big Hugs-
Reva

8 comments:

grunge-queen said...

Ah, Reva, I'm so sorry it's a challenging time now. Sounds like you need to spend time with your Dad and family now. We'll still be here when you get back, and we'll be thinking of you all the time. xoxo

Louise Mc said...

I'm so sorry, my thoughts are with you.

Vix said...

Isn't it a crap situation? I know exactly how you feel.
Big love to you. xxx

Sheila said...

Hugs, and sending good vibes to you, your parents and all your family, Reva!

Carina Rosenholm said...

Hard times when your parentes are not doing well, my dad had a stroke a few years ago and it's hard .
You look great in that outfit , great colours!

Bella Q said...

I will wait for as long as it takes and be first in line whenever you post, dear Reva.

Take your time- don't feel pressure-
YOU look marhvelous! Love the red top and the floral skirt! You are a true bouquet of style for sure!

I'm sorry to hear that you are dealing with so much responsibility and it is never easy to watch one's loved ones struggle. You and your folks will be in my prayers and thoughts.

Hugs!

Forest City Fashionista said...

It's incredibly difficult adjusting to taking on the role of care-giver to the people who have cared for you all your life. It's emotionally and physically exhausting; don't forget to take care of yourself too!

THE-LOUDMOUTH said...

You look adorable! Love the layers, and you look great in red!

I'm sorry about your parents. I'm glad to hear your dad is doing a bit better. Take your time and don't worry about us. We'll be here when you return but until then, we'll be praying for you :)

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