Thursday, November 12, 2009

Yes, I Know Halloween is Over...But

I think I might just have to wear a costume like this one day and scare the freckles off my husbands face.

And what inspired me to look at cleaning maid aprons?? Last night both of my kids were in bed at 7 pm. This normally means I get to have a break and breath and relax for a little bit. BUT not last night. I spent an hour cleaning and vacuuming and mopping.

If I was wearing this when my spouse arrived home I think he'd have a heart attack and could not accuse me of any wrong doings, ie. blogging... and being lazy.

Woe is me.

BTW. This apron is Circa 1890-1910. And made in U.S.A. The folks over at Premier Designs Historic Clothing have it for sale. Not that I am rushing to buy one any time soon. But could you imagine this as normal garb? Heh heh.

5 Goddesses Have Spoken:

Grand Pooba said...

Hmmm, I don't think I could ever pull that one off. (Literally too)

Laura said...

I've always loved the clothes from the middle ages and the victorian period. I'd wear one of those aprons. :)

San-Dee said...

That is just a little too scary for me. I'd much rather play in clothes from the 40s or 50s, especially if I could wear a string of pearls, or as my mom used to say, "a pair of beads and a smile".

DiPaola Momma said...

That apron SCARES me!

Just popping in to say I MISS YOU! All my own darn fault of course since I've been neglecting you. So "HI" sorry and I'll try harder at this whole bloggy buddy thing :0)

Anonymous said...

I am amazed at the amount of apron blogs around. I had to comment on this entry as it made me smile. I can imagine this apron as normal (working) garb as I wear something similar. This is very similar to my uniform apron. The hem has a ruffle instead of the lace work.


Maybe I could come around and scare some freckles.LOL.