Went to Kelleys Island this weekend. It's an island on Lake Erie. Very quaint. In fact, it was too quaint for our liking (well, once our friends left)... came back a day early. But I'm glad we visited.
These are the "glacial grooves" on the island. They were cut into the limestone by a glacier over 10,000 years ago.
Me in a mumu I thrifted in Hawaii.
My favorite vintage play/swimsuit. It's made of a woven cotton fabric and is boned and smocked in all the right places. It even has the "modesty patch" in the front. The print is nautical--with crests and rope. I only wear it to lounge--I don't actually swim in it since the cotton woven is sort of impractical to actually get wet.
The entire back is smocked so that the non-stretch fabric becomes form-fitting.