And I'm pondering the age old question: to shave or not to shave....
Saturday, May 23, 2009
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Granted if this is true he'd be the first man I ever encountered who didn't start out lying, continue lying all the while trying to think up even bigger lies to tell me in future! (but I bitterly digress)
Anyway the gist of the email is that he is trying to sell/give away start up Internet business kits provided I access a provided link. You a ll know the line, "Go on touch, just see what happens....."
Why am I still skeptical???
Tuesday, May 5, 2009
Monday, May 4, 2009
Example, at one time I owned over 86 suits, I spent yesterday organizing 140 polo shirts by color and cut. My best estimate at pairs of slacks is 160 due to the vagaries of weight lifting, requiring weight gain and loss phases thus necessitating waist size shifts.....And don't get me started on shoes, sweaters, coats and blazers!
The weigh lifting had made a great deal of the wardrobe extraneous. the suits are now unwearable as I've lost all the weight they were used to hide. Still how do you temper a drop of 5 to 6 waist sizes with the loss of a designer champagne grey three piece cashmere suit that was only worn once?
You see Chickadees, At one time I went out socially, and often. The goal was to never be seen wearing the same outfit twice and it was VERY achieved(actually the goal was to land a man but that is another long and painful story for another post) Now my time is divided between the gym and bar tending, requiring two uniform changes, tank top and shorts for the former, white oxford, bow tie and black slacks for the latter. All the unworn items with tags still hanging in my closet seem an even bigger waste of time in light of all this.
Due to the 'new economy" and being laid off I am no longer buying new clothes and thanks to my hording years I no longer have to. Still I can't help looking at my now overly stuffed one bedroom closet and wondering how many mortgage payments I have hanging up in there....
Sunday, May 3, 2009
Thanks to TCM, I spent a delightful rainy Sunday afternoon with a bottle of Malbec and a viewing of "The Cassandra Crossing". made in 1976 and starring Sophia Loren, Burt Lancaster, Ava Gardner, (a pre-murder-trial-still-action-hero-material) O.J. Simpson, a young Martin Sheen, Lee Strasburg, Lionel Strander , who I thought was Ernest Borgnine and Ann Turkel who I kept mistaking for Carly Simon. It was as if they had set a Love Boat episode on a European cross Continental train journey and thrown in the bubonic plague as a plot twist.