I must have promised this post a million times. and here I am. I'm finally writing it. I'm writing a fashion post. Lying on the couch, with my maxi skirt waist hiked up to my natural waste and pulled up past my knees, singing along to Taylor Swift's State of Grace... It reminds me of San Jose. I miss those days.
I recently saw a quote something along the lines of, "You never forget those neighborhood kids you grew up with." and I thought about the truth of that (also my wonderful neighbor whom I had the chance to see back in September.)
Sitting here with my skirt hiked up to my knees with my computer battery getting low, I can't help but think how imperfect life is. and how sore my wrists are.
Some days are definitely yoga pant days (today I changed out of my pajamas just to go to work,) but I'm working on those being my off-days not my every-days. I am so much more productive on the days I get dressed.
Another (totally random) realization I've come to this week is: I'm not so much a procrastinator, in as much as lazy.
which sucks. because people excuse procrastinators, but lazy people, are, well, lazy. no one likes lazy people. but that's what I am. and guess what? I don't even like me. Well, not my laziness, at least.
So I'm kicking myself to get out of this lazy phase. (I'm calling it a phase because admitting that I AM a lazy person is hard enough, I don't need to add that I'm also consistently like that...because I don't feel like it's consistent. Except sometimes. So it's phase.)
Please bare with me.
That's something I'll miss when we move away.
But, about this jacket.
And it's so lovely and wonderful. Everyone needs a fantastic jacket like this. It's a statement, or a happy piece that fits right along. it's really perfect.
and hey guys? have a wonderful fall weekend!!