Monthly Archives: November 2006

Job Ennui

What She Wore: Khaki pants; white, long-sleeve henley; red, cable-knit, zip-up sweater; red snow boots.  They said it was going to snow today, but it’s mainly just rained.  Maybe later.  Today I went to a convention downtown for the teachers … Continue reading

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Blog-oh-versary

What She Wore: Khaki courderoy pants; long-sleeve, ribbed ecru shirt; black boots. Well, featured or not, this has been a pretty momentous week for me.  This week my blog turned one.  As I look back ( you shouldn’t, it’s scary), I … Continue reading

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Quick Update

I guess they changed their mind about featuring me–oh well!  I’ll try to get up a real post tonight, and come around and visit>   KM

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A Little Co-Worker Interaction

What She Wore: Pink, long-sleeve tee; tweed skirt that is mainly white with pink and purple running through it; purple, pointy-toed mules with a pink bow.  The kids call em my witch shoes. I work with a woman who’s in … Continue reading

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Company’s Coming

What She Wore: black running pants; long-sleeve, gray LSU t-shirt, tennis shoes.  Let me tell you, that LSU t-shirt received a chilly reception here in Arkansas this week. Well, it’s happened again: MSN will be featuring my blog this week.  Usually … Continue reading

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Things I Learned This Holiday

What She Wore: Grey sweat pants, white t-shirt, purple sweat shirt, tennis shoes. There are people that read this blog that I don’t know about–they e-mail me occasionally to let me know, and every time they do, I smile Going … Continue reading

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Feels So Good

What She Wore: Grey sweatpants, grey t-shirt, navy blue tennis shoes. Turkey–check! Cornbread and Andouille Stuffing–check! Cauliflower and Cheese casserole–check! Greenbeans with Garlic and Almonds–check! White Rice–check! Cranberry sauce from a can–check! It must be Thanksgiving.  I may or may … Continue reading

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