Day 34- Pretty, Happy, Funny, Real


My friend Sonja sewed her own skirt! Go check her blog to see how pretty she and the skirt are!

I would say that she qualifies for Happy, Funny, and Real as well! She's so silly!


That my girl is liking first grade so far! (It’s been two days, so what’s not to like?)


Adam says: “Knock, knock”

You: “Who’s there?

Adam: “Moose.”

You: “Moose who?”

Adam: “Mu shu chicken, you like?”

(My Dad taught him that one.)


I don’t know if I want the “crazy-purge-and-organize” bug to stay or go. Part of me likes this bug. This one’s been sticking around for a change. And yet, it’s causing me to do things like this:

It's 9pm. I'm watching a movie and I'm organizing the family's shoes.

Is this normal?

This movie was willy scawy. Perhaps I was just trying to keep busy while sharks were plucking people out of the water who were stranded in the middle of the ocean. Eeek! Worst fear!

The same dress I wore camping a few weeks ago.

Have a wonderful day! Stay away from the North Queensland (Australian) coast!

Linking to Like Mother, Like Daughter



Filed under A Year in Skirts

4 responses to “Day 34- Pretty, Happy, Funny, Real

  1. Kindra

    You and my husband share the same worst fear! He can’t work up the nerve to step into the ocean AT ALL. In fact any body of water he can’t see the bottom of makes him very uncomfortable. However, I can’t point fingers at irrational fears. Any creature with more than four legs sends me running in the opposite direction!

  2. your friend’s skirt looks just like one i saw on pinterest the other day – but i think it was from j-crew! lovely.

  3. I love your big basket! And your dress looks very comfy!

  4. I have to share with you that I do even my yardwork in skirts. (I do wear pants and jeans but not in the summer! And now that I’m older, shorts are a thing of the distant past ๐Ÿ˜‰

    I have some short-er (Still knee-length) sturdy skirts that are WAY more comfy — and of course way cuter! — than shorts to do stuff outside. Well, the other day when I ran the mower over the rope (did you read that post?), I had to be grovelling out there in the dirt and grass under the mower (only you really cant’ get under it) — in a skirt. My friend Erin (who also always wears skirts) was laughing and remarking at how “we have to uphold our standards, even while fixing the mower!!” !! So true ๐Ÿ™‚ I’m proud of myself for fixing the mower in a skirt ๐Ÿ™‚

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