Tuesday, May 11, 2010

day two hundred fifty-five.

Day Two Hundred Fifty-five Monday 5/10/10 
Dress:  Orange Wool Vintage Sheath Dress
Purchased From:  Sazz Vintage Warehouse Sale
Year or Era Purchased: Spring 2010
Price: $5
Accessories:  Navy pattern tights, black t-shirt, green socks, black sneaker boots, black sunglasses, grey cardigan
Hair and Makeup: Low pigtails, usual makeup
Comments/Compliments/Complaints:  I was carrying my black rose bag and a client commented that it looked Chanel

Stupid, stupid day. 

I woke up when Michael was leaving and listened as his bike wouldn't start in the cold.  He was to drive to Downingtown for work but had to take the train, which meant I had to get out of bed and take him to the station.  We were both pretty cranky and our days were both kind of sucky.  I dropped him off and came home and putzed around.  It was cold so I took the opportunity to wear this itchy ass wool dress.  I should've known a bad day would not get better with a crappy outfit but I did it anyway. I wore a black t-shirt and some tights underneath to minimize the itchiness. It sort of worked.  I spent the day working, realized I had left an important two house key chain at home and had to come get it, putting me an hour behind on my jobs.  Ugh.  I finally finished my jobs, took a trip to the grocery store and headed home.  I did some dishes, put away the groceries and then headed out to pick up Michael from the train.  We came home and I tried to take off my stupid itchy dress only to realize the zipper was stuck with my t-shirt deeply rooted in its teeth.  I had to remove everything together and put a hole in the shirt to get the dress off.  I then threw the dress across the room and will indeed throw it in the trash. Stupid dress. 

In order to quash the crappy day I made a huge batch of macaroni and cheese and served it up with veggie chili dogs.  We spent the rest of the night on the couch watching television and sulking over our days with fat gross bellies.  It sort of helped. 


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