Monthly Archives: March 2006

Good Friends

What she wore: Purple t-shirt that says, "I-heart-new orleans, but instead of a heart it has a fleur de lis, jean capris, grey and purple slip-on tennis shoes. Spent last night in the company of my two old college buddies.  … Continue reading

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I’m Avoiding This

What she wore: blue jeans, tennis shoes, t-shirt from my school.  I’m embracing my inner bum today. I’ve been avoiding this, but I’m here in New Orleans and a lot of people are curious about this place, so I’ll share … Continue reading

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A little funny for your Wed.

What she wore: jean capris, orange fitted polo, orange low-heeled sandals. One of the best things about teaching is the great stories that you get to tell; few jobs are as entertaining as mine.  Here’s a little snippet from last … Continue reading

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I’m not that great

What she wore: blue jeans, purple polo with a yellow polo guy (go tigers!), tennis shoes.  Gotta represent–my team’s in the final four. Well, the ‘rents have no internet at their house, so I’m at my dad’s office blogging.  This … Continue reading

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Weekend wrap up

What she wore: blue jeans with embroidery on the pockets, blue and grey striped button up shirt, black stappy leather slides. I’ll be spending the rest of my Spring Break in New Orleans visiting family and friends.  This may hamper … Continue reading

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Mocha’s Meme

What she wore: White running pants, grey LSU t-shirt, grey and purple slip on shoes.  I burned myself at the tanning bed and I can’t wear anything that touches my skin too much–stupid, stupid, stupid! Well, the other day mocha … Continue reading

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I’m always a pain

What she wore:  Black long-sleeve tee, olive green pants, black snow boots–seriously, when will it be warm?  I had a black hoodie on this morning with my outfit and one of the kids said, "You’re going ghetto."  I think that’s … Continue reading

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