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Day Two of Frocktober dawned brightly as I woke up down at Mum and Dad’s place in Edithvale, by the sea. So obviously I felt the need to pull out a nautical theme. This lovely dress came from Vinnie’s in Hoppers Crossing, as did the shoes, and the stripy t-shirt (my favourite kind of t-shirt) came from K-mart. Total cost of outfit = $15.50. Perhaps you’re wondering what that little red accessory is at the bottom of my t-shirt. It’s my ultimate nautical accessory on the cheap:

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A red crab that came out of a Christmas cracker last year!

The sun shone all day and it was a public holiday so I did what most of Melbourne seemed to be doing, and hung out with my family down at the beach. 2015-10-02 12.07.322015-10-02 10.32.01-1
And I also spent time checking out the hard rubbish out for collection in Mum and Dad’s street.

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This pic shows that there’s quite a fancy dress under that stripy K-mart t-shirt.

What was even better than the sun today, was seeing the donations flooding in from family and friends. Huge thanks to Frockstars Patrick & Thoa, Cat, Marilyn & Mick, Mum & Dad, and Cara. I’m blown away by the amount of support so far. If you’d like to be a part of it and make a donation to the Ovarian Cancer Research Foundation, the link is here.

If you’re on Facebook, you might have seen that Frocktober have made me a Frocktober Ambassador. So happy to be spreading the word about the importance of ovarian cancer research.