Part 3 is here! Whoo!
Look at the lovely and very groovy bedding. Both sets came with complete with pillow cases and are so perfect for mix and match bed-making! They make me feel very cheerful indeed.
I found this book in a charity shop (whilst on the hunt for Polaroid film) today, it's called Orlando (The Marmalade Cat) Buys A Farm by Kathleen Hale. It was published in 1942 and then re-issued in 1972.
According to Wikipedia - 'Orlando The Marmalade Cat 'with eyes like twin gooseberries' was one of the classic children's book characters of the 1940s and 1950s. The stories are known for their quirky wit and extravagant illustrations. They combine adventure with friendship and family life.'
The illustrations are extraordinary.
And then there's my £2 Polaroid.
It's a Land Camera 1000SE, it is supposed to take SX-70 film which was discontinued in 2006. But apparently you can modify the camera to take the 600 film which I found today to my very great suprise, in our tiny Boots the Chemist (thanks for the tip-off kt).
But I'm both paralysed by fear and giddy with excitement, because eeek!, what if it doesn't work? I've read some reviews that suggest that this model isn't so great anyway. And that it needs a flash bar for indoor pics... Anyway suggestions, advice and general hand-holding at this point would be grand.