Monthly Archives: February 2006

It’s not just for freaks.

What she wore: black mardi gras t-shirt (fitted), washed denim skirt, black leather slides. Well, I’ve been holding it in, waiting for the perfect time, and here it is!  Today is Mardi Gras.   When I left the deep south, … Continue reading

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My Boy, part II

What she wore: black tee, denim pencil skirt with a slit in the front, leopard print clogs with a really high heel, leopard print scarf.  The outfit was well-received and the shoes didn’t hurt nearly as much as I thought … Continue reading

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My boy, Charlie

What she wore: very thin turquoise cashmere sweater, jeans, tennis shoes. First a little housekeeping: I’ve been struggling with my reading this month and have decided to give myself a break–I’m going to read a few easy reads to get … Continue reading

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Zwebby’s tag

What she wore: jeans, muscle mania t-shirt (the Hub’s, not mine), LSU sweatshirt, grey and purple slip on tennis shoes. Zwebby Tagged me–I’m supposed to list 5 strange habits of mine.   Before I started, I checked on the other … Continue reading

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Love, commercial style

What she wore: Off-white pants with light pink and dark pink stripes, dark pink tee, pink mules with a one inch heel.  Basically, everyone like the outfit, but the pants were too long and I snuck off and taped them … Continue reading

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no blog

What she wore: flared denim skirt, black tee, black knee-high heeled snow boots. Well, I won’t be blogging today–my arts and crafts project requires immediate attention.  I hope  everyone out there in Blog World is having a great day.   … Continue reading

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I hate to do this, but. . .

What she wore: baby blue tee, black pants with a blue pin stripe, blue pointy-toed mules, black poncho/sweater thing (I call it my sherpa).  Kids approved. I hate to do this because I really do love my job and the … Continue reading

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