Just a quickie dear friends to keep you up to date with developments in the life of our lady without the lamp (fire hazard unfortunately).
Inspired by her heroes Smashie and Nicey, Ophelia has long wanted to do something for 'charidee', to give back in some way after her dramatic rescue from life as a hardworking land girl at Ely Museum by a charity who then sold her to me leading her to this rich life of celebrity she enjoys now. Fear not dear readers. Where Scarlett Johannson may step down from her links with Oxfam, Ophelia Days is ready to step up! Hot on the heels of other famous models doing their bit for Oxfam (Agyness Deyn and Elle McPherson) Ophelia did what she does best...became a stroppy looking clothes horse with a lot on her mind! Please take time to visit the first blog I have written for Oxfam about her day in the shop on Mill Road, Cambridge-undoubtedly the quirkiest Oxfam I've ever come across which of course fits our Ophelia to a T! More importantly please give a little thought as to what you could do to chip in on Ophelia's charity helping mission...buy vintage from the shop, donate some goods, offer a few hours, give them some cash...the volunteers in these shops are doing a cracking job and we like to make them smile :-)
Here's the all important link!
Before I leave you, feast your eyes on these marvellous mannequins of the north! An impromptu visit to Leeds to swoon over Guy Garvey led me to these beauties.The pink mannequin heads were in a fantastic little shop called Culture Vulture and I could've spent hours and lots of pennies because I loved it all! Do visit if you find yourself with the chance. They have an online shop too. I liked the nesty hair of the second mannequin-hair I aspire to in my later years! The last two strapping lads were in a sex shop window! Don't ask! Apologies if photos come out funny! This blog comes to you from an iPhone! Limited weebly editing!
Until we meet again dear readers...be good! X