Sunday, May 4, 2014

Questions and Clothes: I Am Not My Mother



1. Are you becoming your mother?

In some ways yes, in some ways no.  Actually, I'm probably quite a bit like how my mother was when she was my age, but not so much like how she is now, if that makes sense. And, when Ben reads this, I'm sure he is desperately hoping that I do not become more like my mother as I age. <smile>
This is my mother at my wedding. reception...doing what she does best...being in charge.  One notable way I am not like my mother.  I'm more than happy to let someone else be in charge. 

2. Coffee or tea?

I like both, but I drink tea more often. Coffee is more of a treat food for me. I especially love herbal teas. 

3. What foreign country would you like to visit?

Probably Italy or Ireland. Although I've never been to any foreign country, so I'd settle for Canada. Actually I've never been further west than Kansas City, Missouri, so I'd even settle for visiting Texas...that seems pretty foreign to me. 

4. Do you cry easily?

No, I am a rather stoic person.  And, I hate crying. 

5. How often do you wear heels?

Stilettos? Almost never.  A slight heel or a wedge heel...I'd say once or twice a week. 

6. Do you play an instrument?

No, I did take piano lessons when I was a kid, but I was never very good at it and didn't keep it up.

7. What Did You Wear Today. 

My question..not Kendra's.  But, I know you want to know.


The shirt was thrifted. The skirt and shoes were given to me.  And, you can't really tell from the pictures, but those are heels, so I guess I wore heels today.   Please ignore the wrinkled skirt..I'm allergic to ironing (One way, I am very much like my mother.  We don't iron.)

Have Wonderful Sunday. 

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4 comments:

  1. I'm telling you, at some times Texas can feel like a foreign country. In a really good way. Cove visit!

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  2. great questions and answers. She has such a fun, interesting link-up! I like your skirt (wrinkles and all)-- I hate ironing too!

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  3. Oh ironing... A necessary evil, and one that I think will make its way into my life more regularly, because all the jersey clothes I have get pill-y so quickly that it's not worth buying things that aren't just plain cotton. But the wrinkles!!!

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