Yes, we were back at it yesterday: kiddies in the morning, women in the military in the afternoon. We got to break out a few new duds that some designers sent around. They all think they know Lady M’s “style” now. I sure wish I did. Most of the time I have no idea what she’s trying to project.
But don’t mind me, I’m just trying to get everything out of my system before Congress passes the ”no-complaint” day mandate. I’m beginning to wonder if there’s anything this Congress doesn’t want to legislate. Not that I’m complaining though!
Here we are with the kids: one of them is handing MO some weeds they grew in the school garden. We declined. Although it appeared to be organic, it didn’t look quite legal. Unless you have a medical condition.
Here’s a close up of the belt that you can’t really see under the jacket, and I didn’t want you to miss because it’s another winner. Especially with that blue sweater.
Then for the ladies in the armed services, we inexplicably dressed up like an Easter egg. I know we’re not allowed to celebrate Christmas around the Big White any more, but maybe we could at least stick with seasonal colors? Not that I’m complaining. I just sort of miss the reds, greens and jewel tones we used to wear this time of year.
Maybe she thought she was passing out little purple hearts to the ladies and thought this would coordinate. Apparently Mrs. Dr. Joey B thought so too. Only Janet N seemed to feel that red, white and blue would be more appropriate.
And let’s face it, if you need fashion clues from Bruno, you might want to reassess your stylist’s employment. Except that we’ve already counted it as 12 of the jobs either created or saved by the stimulus.