Have you ever seen something you put off buying, only to have it disappear/sell out before you had a chance at it? I've kicked myself more than once for letting the perfect whatever get away, until I realized how easy it is to stalk merchandise* online. Here's my technique: I saw a pair of sturdy-yet-cute sandals on the Urban Outfitters site a few weeks ago. I've been on the lookout for
The wonderful sunshine-and-rainbows almost-spring weather of the past few days means one thing--okay, two things: 1. I need to get back on the workout train and get rid of at least one of my chins. 2. It's time for a new spring wardrobe! These are my current obsessions: Queen's Wardrobe Lovely Burbery [sic] 2 trench I was actually drooling over what must have been the original Lovely Burbery trench, but apparently it sold out while I was wiping my mouth.
These old school Liz Claiborne trousers are so Miss Denecke (my second grade teacher), whose life goals must have included looking like an extra from the set of "Knots Landing" and teaching us to properly write cursive. I'm wearing teacher pants and a blazer. It's (almost) like I'm a grown up! Speaking of growing up*, have you ever thought about what it would be like to spend your childhood as an unpaid laborer or sex slave?
I didn't mean to go thrifting again, but see, what had happened was, I had some more stuff to drop off at Goodwill. That's a good thing, because it means I'm purging items that I no longer need and supporting a good cause, right? I'd never been to this particular location before, so I figured I'd better check it out to make sure my donated goods were going to be put to good use. Plus, I