I only like bugs when they’re turquoise and big enough to sit on.

 Don’t forget, I’m changing my url on Friday. Everything stays here, but you’ll have to re-bookmark me, or type in, as I can’t afford to buy the automatic redirect package. 

 Details: Cardigan($5), Target; Shirt($6), New York&Co.; Skirt ($12.97), thrifted (Forever 21); Shoes ($10), Walmart;
Approximate outfit cost: $33.97 

I don’t have much to say today. My mom and I went to the fabric store, and I got a beautiful pattern… but every single fabric I wanted to use didn’t have enough. I suck at picking out good fabrics.

And then we went to my favorite restaurant and ate this:

I love gyros. They are without a doubt my favorite food.Ever.

Someone asked me if I was Greek once. I was standing at a Gyro stand at the fair. Of course, I was much darker then. But still. I think it’s funny, I tend to be a chameleon, and people never know where I’m from.

So! One of the things I bought at that garage sale a few days ago… was Jane Eyre. I already have one edition of the book, but when I found this one I HAD to buy it. It was only fifty cents, and it’s the same publisher, year, and illustrator of my copy of Wuthering Heights. It’s beautiful.

Here’s the front page:

And the first chapter:

And one of the many amazing illustrations:

I am so in love with this edition. The edition my best friend got me was amazing, but this…oh.I love it. It matches my Wuthering Heights, it’s got illustrations, it’s antique, it’s in excellent condition… it’s gorgeous.

Unfortunately, unlike my Wuthering Heights, the Jane Eyre cover isn’t very spectacular.

And now I have two editions of my favorite book. Wait! Three. One is a Young Reader’s Digest condensed version, but still. I’m so very happy.

(More pictures of my Wuthering Heights book here, here, and here)

I hope you are all having a beautiful Thursday!

Other ways I’ve worn this cardigan: