Monthly Archives: April 2007

Doing Battle

What She Wore: white, short-sleeve polo with a little ruffle around the cuffs and collar; jean capris; leopard print slides with a wooden sole and a narrow pink buckle.  I’d really like to put up a picture of these shoes … Continue reading

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Signs

What She Wore: green and white striped, short sleeved, button down shirt; grey pants, black strappy sandals. Last month my husband filed his official paperwork to get out of the Air Force.      Yesterday we got a little sign … Continue reading

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The World We Live In

What She Wore: Black, scoop-neck, short sleeve baby doll tee; distressed denim skirt; my ubiquitous black strappy sandals.  One of the girls at school wanted my skirt–feels great when someone says that, and you know that it’s got a big … Continue reading

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I Have Things I Should Be Doing

What She Wore: Jean capris; v-neck turquoise tee; beaded turquoise flip flops. I have things I should be doing.     Like laundry.     Or maybe cleaning out the now-junkroom soon-to-be nursery.     But instead I’ve been side-lined … Continue reading

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You Knew it Was Coming

What She Wore: slate blue dress with cap sleeves and a collar; navy blue leather thongs with a kitten heel. Today, my local paper had a comic in the editorial section.  It showed a teacher at his desk and two … Continue reading

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A Cheap Laugh

What She Wore: Black, short-sleeve, v-neck dress; turquoise undershirt; turquoise slides with a kitten heel.  Trying to dress up the Maternity basics. It’s testing week, and we all know how much I LOVE testing week.  Actually, I hate the whole … Continue reading

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Crap

Note: I heard about the tragedy at Virginia Tech after writing this very self-centered entry.  I am still absorbing the details at this point, but my thoughts and prayers go out to anyone who has been affected by this tragedy. … Continue reading

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