Sometimes I come up with multiple styling options for one piece of clothing. It’s a fun rainy day activity to take a piece of clothing and see how you can manipulate it to work in different outfits. Can you tuck it in to make it look and feel different? Can you wear it in a different type of outfit than it is intended–work wear, casual, day vs night, etc. But sometimes this works against me!
I have so many ways to wear one piece of clothing that it is all that I want to do– wear my new creations. But, I can’t do that. People frown upon the idea of wearing the same piece of clothing everyday. I can get away with wearing the same outfit or piece of clothing twice in close proximity if I know that I am not going to see the same people, but other than that it’s a no go. People will think that you don’t wash your clothes. And then they will think that you are gross and make up mean nicknames behind your back.
And let’s face it, I have an entire closet full of clothes so I don’t need to be wearing the same item over and over again. That’s the story behind this dress. The last time that I wore it I brainstormed two or three additional ways to wear it for the upcoming Fall/Winter season. And I’ve practically been counting the days until I could wear it again. I thought that I wore this dress on a tuesday/thursday but I just figured out that I wore it on a friday! It’s a good thing that I waited three weeks before wearing it again. (I told you that I was having a rough week.)
I really liked this outfit, but the dress felt short. I don’t know if it was because I had bare legs (except for the socks), or what. I thought about wearing my bubble necklace– I even took half of my pictures with it on, but it didn’t read the way that I wanted it to. I thought that the necklace would match the green in the dress and the green socks a little better, but they were two far off in my opinion to look right. So, I went without the necklace this time around. I’ll have to come up with a different outfit to wear my bubble necklace.
My Friday class is behind my T/TR class in some things, and ahead of them in others. It mostly has to do with the number of speeches and requirements that dictate what chapters we cover and when. In my Friday class we talked about introductions and conclusions and presentation aids. It’s a requirement for my Friday class that they have a presentation for their first speech but not for my T/TR class. I also duplicated the funny question game in this class, as well. They were a little bit more receptive to it, thankfully.
Now that the week is done, I have a stack of outlines to grade, a handful of quizzes, lecture to prepare, and items to prepare for the printer’s. Oh yeah, and working at my other job most of the weekend. Ahh, I must remind myself that I am grateful and blessed to have two jobs– especially when some people don’t even have one.