On The Right Track

On The Right Track

June 04, 2017

I like to think I'm content with life; happy, stable, steady, on my way. But too often my tracks intersect causing crashes and collisions so I wonder if I boarded the wrong train...

Walking through crowds or flipping through channels though, where my eye swiftly catches that authentic vintage find and I relive my teenage self when I would eagerly push through friends closets for the perfect outfit {since dressing up was always the most interesting part of going out}, reminds me that...

Sometimes it's okay to never get on in the first place and perhaps it is even better to jump off and see where you land.

train tracks      

 

Related Posts

Innocent Architecture
Innocent Architecture
This green house I happened upon reminds me of the dollhouse I used to adore when I was a child... It seemed lavish, mon
Read More
Mid-Week Musings
Mid-Week Musings
The weather is never accurate... It was supposed to rain all week and yet the light still finds a way to creep into my w
Read More
Shop our Instagram!
Shop our Instagram!
So super happy to announce that our closiTherapi_vinTage Instagram feed is now shop-able!   See a product you like, sim
Read More


Leave a comment

Comments will be approved before showing up.


Also in Frolicking In The Sun... a closiTherapi | vinTage journal

20 Years Ago Today...
20 Years Ago Today...

November 17, 2017

Read More

Escaping The Sun
Escaping The Sun

November 15, 2017

Read More

Autumn Skies
Autumn Skies

October 01, 2017

Read More

Condition Chart

BRAND NEW: Unworn with or without original tags depending on supplier.

MINT: Perfect, pristine, with no signs of wear… Rare.

EXCELLENT: No flaws, no holes, no problems. As close to new as possible for the age of the piece.

VERY GOOD: Noted minor flaws, easily repairable, wearable as purchased.

GOOD: Has some definite visual problems. Structure is intact. Problems could be repaired.

FAIR: Has numerous structural and or visual problems. For study or display only.Sold as-is.

POOR: Damaged beyond repair with value as a study piece, not wearable.