So I wore the skirt that has eluded me for almost eight years. And I paired them with my favorite black heels- the mary jane wannabe's. My calves look ridiculous. My thighs are still bigger than I'd like, but they have gotten smaller and way more toned than before. And the my bubble of an ass is still there- which I'm OK with. I don't want to lose my ass. It brings the boys to the yard yo.
See the dots? Aren't they fabulous?! I saw that Target sells an umbrella with almost the same pattern and I have to have it. I don't care that it's $20. But I don't own an umbrella and I always am reminded of this when it's raining and I'm the only asshole without an umbrella. And then I get mad that I did my hair and makeup knowing full well I don't have an umbrella; therefore, this will all be a wasted effort as soon as I step outside.
Anyways. So I went to work in a GREAT mood feeling like the hot bitch that I really am and I'm strutting my ass to the door like it's nobody's business when I hear a whistle.
Now I'm sorry- but if a guy whistles at me, I'm flattered. I'm sucking that in like I'm a show dog in the championship. Then I look and realize it's a guy who was just let out of the county jail. Conveniently located across the street from where I work.
And when I got home from work- Matt noticed I had a skirt on, said I looked nice. But NEVER realized that it wasn't just any skirt. It was THE skirt that he yelled at me for blowing our grocery money. THE skirt I would never get rid of despite the fact a size 12 skirt size was as elusive to my ass as the loch ness monster in Lake Superior. It was THE skirt that I would take out once a year, try on, then cry, then ask does it look super obvious that it doesn't fit and then he would get so mad at me and tell me to buy something bigger. It was THE skirt that I fell in love with. I think it's one of a few things I can say makes me believe in love at first sight. Actually it was the skirt AND the shoes I was wearing in these pictures.
But the skirt now? My bitch.
But this also reaffirms that Sara is always right.