|Shoes I wore dancing Sat night|
The day was rainy and I had worn sacrificial shoes to the office and my footware dictated apretty casual dress. So when an impomptu meeting with a VIP was called, there I was looking all sad-sack.
As the weather turned a bit this weekend, I spent some time changing out warm season clothes for my cooler season clothes. I went through and sorted out my closets again and tried to look at everything with a new eye.
I have one decent business suit that fits and I don't want to spend the money to buy more, as I consider myself to be moving back down in size. I'll have to make due with separates, I guess. And it feels like my style has all but left me, but I'm hoping to pull it back.
I stumbled upon www.into-mind.com and read about their challenge to style ten looks. (Hell, I'd be happy with five!) After poking around at the website, I also figured out that I need some navy/gray/metallic closed-toed work heels. I had the perfect pair of those, but The Grandbeast ate them last year before they had ever been worn. I went to my local DSW, but didn't find any thing that would fit the bill, so I am going to call Pebbles and see if she wants to go shoe shopping.
I hope she does, but if not, I'll go by myself. I'm going to Dallas anyway to hear a bagpipe and drum concert. I love bagpipes and don't get the opportunity to hear them very often.
Otherwise, life is bumping along. A few stumbles in the clean eating area and a couple of dips in the energy, emotional and otherwise, but overall, things are good. I've got a pork loin in the crockpot to fix for lunches next week and I'm going to make some mini-quiches for breakfast here pretty quick. Now if I can just get back in the exercise routine (I bailed out of my bike ride on Saturday - just wasn't feeling it) all will be good.
Giveaway: Audiobook (CD) version of Let's Pretend This Never Happened. Please send me an email with your name and address info and I'll pop it in the mail to you next week.
Take good care of yourself. Be kind to others. Sharpen your focus. Sharpen your image.