This is one of my favorite David Andres quotes...I have thought about it a lot this week when I realized that since Lorraine left to go home to Australia on Friday I have gotten up and put on the same soft grey v-neck t-shirt from Target.
I have 3 of the same t-shirt.
You see where this is going, don't you?
I think I may have a uniform.
Now, I will admit that if I went anywhere really important; church, dinner with the dh (dear husband),
I did wear it to Costco, the grocery store, to Target... and of course while I have been here at home writing the instructions for the Advent.
When we were in college, my friend Liz and I had an ongoing joke...I refused to own a pair of sweats (this is before the days of Lululemon of course) and I think she only had sweats. As a joke one time she even wore high heels with her sweats, just to make a point.
Fast forward too many years to count...when we showed up at her house on Saturday night to play cards she didn't even bat an eye. And she never even mentioned the word "uniform" even though I was wearing the exact same thing (grey t-shirt of course) as the last time she saw me. Thank goodness she has a bad memory for details.
I guess my point in telling you about my grey t-shirt obsession is the fact that both Deb and I have been super busy getting the shipment ready for Friday and the "uniform" has been a real life saver (something I didn't have to think about).
I am quite sure Deb hasn't left her house in days.
Thank goodness Lorraine visited me so I had an excuse to drive up the coast to take a tour of Hearst Castle, see 100's of Elephant Seals in San Simeon as well as eat some Aebleskiver's (Danish Pancakes)in Solvang. We saw the miniature horses at the Quicksilver Ranch in Santa Ynez (love that place), and the Santa Barbara Mission too.
As far as the Advent goes...the class is sold out and there are only
Advent jump start kit
25 tags, vintage bottle of glitter, hanging crystal, wish ticket, bingo card, a bag of ALL chipboard pieces found on the calendar, vintage watch face, dyed cheesecloth, fork, buckle, leaf, Eiffel tower dangle, bottle brush tree, and a CD with all the tag photos and written instructions.
To have a chance to win, leave us a comment...tell us your favorite tag on the calendar.
We will draw a name on Friday at noon.