“In the Pink!”


Meaning: informal in very good health or spirits
The earliest citations of ‘in the pink’ are from the 16th century, the meaning was ‘the very pinnacle of something’, but not necessarily limited to health.

dievca would wear this pink sofa well…if Master had one.
she is feeling healthier and Life is going relatively well.

As for the color:
Master is not one for introducing pink into His Life.
dievca doesn’t do much pink, either,
but she thought these items might bring a glow:

Actually, dievca might just go for this Presentation Look!


13 Comments on ““In the Pink!””

  1. Oh, that elephant handbag! I never knew I needed such a thing till now! 🐘

    Ash

  2. Pelelotus says:

    Too much goodness to choose. Love the choice of John Willie to begin. X

  3. esther says:

    pink is one of my favorites…looks great against my skin tone. love your choices! glad you are feeling better. xx

    • dievca says:

      Thank you, Esther, good to hear from you. I can imaging the pink does look fabulous on you! Do I remember something about a pink leather jacket?

      • esther says:

        yes, i still have it 🙂 always reminds me of my Mom’s, which i ruined when i threw a blood soaked doll at her…horrible, mean dentist…i think i was 3 or 4 years old.

  4. missagathaarmstrong says:

    i have been an intermittent writer recently and i suddently thought this morning that i had not seen your pictures or read your words for ages…. after searching…. i discover that i no longer followed you and that in fact you are delightfully in the pink… so, i follow you again, and always glad to find you well

    • dievca says:

      Hi,
      That seems to happen to everyone. I need to check my feed, too. I’ve been with elderly family, so a little out of the loop. Hopefully there will be more open time this Summer. I hope all is well. XO

  5. Marty says:

    Oh I DO like the presentation look. I think it would suit both of us


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