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goddammit...you might want to 'watch it' on those posts you toss out...and, granted, i am old, but just glancing i thought you wrote Hanging It Up...as in i'm. hanging. it. up. so, now, i'm back to libya news...later

Yay Sarah! How fun. And especially fun in light of your good news ....

now. hooray for a good shopping day...i have a friend who wears 'stuff on stuff'...if u remember in 'steel magnolias'..the only thing that separates us from animals is our ability to accessorize.' ...belts, scarves, pins, BIG necklaces..bracelets. i said, where do you keep all that shit??
i'm the worst shopper but sometimes get lucky..good with solids & 3 main colors.. my only shopping advice: if you really like something and it fits perfectly, buy two...right then...it won't be there if you go back..trust me on that...wonderful to know you went shopping and not stopping. best

*green with envy* i hope all your meetings are TWICE as successful as your shopping.

I NEVER have shopping days like that. On days where I plan to go and spend some $ on clothes I won't find one single thing I like. Why is that? And you hit a sale too?
My mom is one of those people who'll find some huge bargain at her Macys. Usually like a $120 skirt for under 10. *shrug* I'm not my mother's daughter that way.

So glad you found a lot of stuff you liked AND some fun stuff. I did FINALLY find the perfect haircut for myself. I've been looking for years and years. I love it and that's such a cool feeling.

Hope your work and meetings go well!!


Loose fitting pants are a nice choice so that you will feel comfortable. Yoga pants with the elastic drawstring are also appropriate because you can easily adjust it the way you want it.

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