With thanks to Sydney shopping, I ended up with a pile of jeans so melodramatic that I felt like I was preparing to cover my legs for rainy London weather. But no. Welcome back to thirty degrees, Tessa.
Back in the haze of what seems like the new typical Singapore in September, it feels like our weather forecasts might have 'hazy' as new addition to our colourful weather vocabulary. If you've been an avid follower of SF (in which I'm very thankful for), you would've realised that the commonly mentioned words might just be "wearing", "this", "because", "hot" and "weather". I can't say for sure if my vocabulary has taken a plunge subsequent to heat-waves playing the lethal game on my mental dictionary or if I pretty much just dress for the weather.
Having brought an empty luggage to Sydney, I had the liberty to shop and exceed all weight limitations for as long as my wallet could endure. Stilted pleasantries with guarded store assistants were often overlooked as sale racks were ready to knock me out with decisions that ended with unbiased answers - "just get both".
Here's the thing, though. While I always say that such decisions only come once in a lifetime, might I suggest never forgetting where you come from? Yes, dear precious reader, I broke that rule this time. While rings and earrings played constant weaknesses (Sydney is the land of minimalism and silver, after all), jeans and pants really took the overspending cake.
I ended up with a pile of jeans so melodramatic that I felt like I was preparing to cover my legs for rainy London weather.But no. Welcome back to thirty degrees, Tessa.
On the bright side, these coming months will see a boost in fresh new vocabulary -
“Jeans”, “pants” and “I took a shower thrice yesterday”.
Lots of love and rule-bending,
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