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Jet Lag

I'm still recovering from my 10 day vacation to Thailand. See post below titled "I'm Back".  I think the jet lag is just starting to subside now. More than 20 hours of flying and an 11 hour time difference will take a toll on you. Today I spent the day cutting out fabric  for some new bags I plan to create this week.  I also decided to treat myself to a beautiful stole by Ellita. I had planned on buying it a while back but then it got sold. Today I noticed that it was back in the shop so I had to grab it. Pretty soon I'll be wrapped in my peacock stole. Can't wait!

                       Peacock Stole by Ellita

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