Monthly Archives: December 2006

Blog on Hold

I hate to be this way.  I really do.  But somehow, this blog has gone too far.  Strangers log-on and tell me what they think of me–judge my WORTH and, somehow, they get to me.  I am sorry, but I … Continue reading

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The Arkansas Scholar

What She Wore: denim skirt with a frayed edge (my first piece of maternity wear); long-sleeve, green tee; black suede boots.  The boots aren’t the cutest things since sliced bread, but I got them for about twenty dollars last year, … Continue reading

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In case you were wondering

What She Wore: Jeans (a size bigger than usual), white t-shirt, grey slip-on tennis shoes. Ever notice how we make all these assumptions about people?  In the last twenty-four hours I’ve had two really close friends tell me some of … Continue reading

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Why My Mother is Making Me Crazy

What She Wore: black gauchos, black leather boots, bright green turtleneck. Why is my mother making me crazy?  Well, I should say that she is not alone–virtually anyone who tells me how to run my life annoys me–and these days, … Continue reading

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Howdy!

What She Wore: flared denim skirt, black turtleneck, red white and green cowboy boots.  Some of the kids loved the boots and some of them hated them.  I think they’re fun. I have no idea what to blog about.  I … Continue reading

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I would like to Thank

What She Wore: Kahki pants; white turtle neck; red, cable-knit sweater; red snow boots.  It is just SO cold outside. Today, I would just like to thank one person. . .   whoever invented showers with a seat.  I have … Continue reading

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This and That

What She Wore: White, long-sleeve tee; flared, denim skirt; pink, cable-knit cashmere sweater, pink Ugg boots.  I think some people hate boots with skirts, but I think they make my legs look nice, so screw it. Well, I sure hope … Continue reading

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