After my haircut I wanted to get my eyebrows threaded, it's not that I enjoy pain I just think they look so much better tidied up and I am lousy at plucking them myself . I had originally planed to drive straight into Croydon, but on reflection I decided to go home grab a coffee and then go into Croydon by Bus. I have been reluctant to use the bus as the stop is right outside my house, and I know I will be very visible to my neighbours while waiting. But having come to the conclusion that they must all either know or not care by now I plucked up the courage and used the bus.
When I got on the bus I noticed one of the youth from our Church, not one of the most pleasant or discrete young men I know, I avoided making eye contact and sat down I front with my back to him. A little later in the journey an older woman sat next to me and engaged me in conversation, I was quite grateful as I was in conversation with her when the young man in question got off. I don't know if he recognised he but it would have been difficult not to, more to the pint I don't know who if anyone he has said what to. I suppose I will just have too wait and see.
Arriving in Croydon I had to walk over to the Building Society first to draw some cash, then down to House of Fraser just in time for the Girl on the Shavata counter to be going to lunch. I arranged to go back after her lunch, and wandered off around the shops. I have to admit that I'm not very good at window shopping, that's probably why I ended up spending too much money on things I didn't really need, just liked. One day I will develop some self restraint, but this certainly wasn't the day. Getting back to Shavata after a little wait I did get my eyebrows done. A bit more expensive than the other times I have had them done, but I am a lot happier with the outcome, better shape, more balanced and a little less rawness.
One of my purchases was a new ring from M & S, it is just a cheap bit of dress jewellery, but I like it, it is definitely "my style", I like the sparkle, and the twist. Having had a couple of rings that I like quickly lose their plating and turn a bit brassy I have given this one a coat of clear nail polish, a tip I picked up from my new friends in Kings Cross.