I take back every negative comment I’ve ever made about Facebook because the website helped reunite me with a very good old friend who now lives in Memphis. (We agreed not to use the word ‘old’ but it seemed necessary.)
Nancy Kennedy and I met in a divorce recovery seminar about 15 years ago and the two of us recovered almost instantly when we became good friends and running mates. I’ll never forget the evening we went trick or
I was reviewing some photos from Fashion Week underway in New York, City, and was very excited to see all the BIG FAT HAIR.
I’ve been waiting for 45 years for monster hair to come back in style. The photo at left could have been me at my senior prom – well all except for the shoes. (Are those ice skates?)
Of course, I never really stopped wearing “hair up to there.” I figure it makes me taller.
I went shopping in Nashville last weekend – hell bent upon updating my dreary wardrobe. I shopped til I dropped, and the entire day netted me nothing more than a new tube of lipstick – hot pink of course.
Is the thinning economy bringing the curves back in style? Lord, I hope so.
I say, let’s bring back the pre-Raphaelite women who floated around on clouds and were a bit on the pudgy side.
The ailing economy may be leading us in that direction, some believe. I’m on a campaign to make it happen so we can all enjoy “dining” again!
From time to time, we see articles proclaiming that thin is totally in or curvy is making a comeback.
You’ve got to love it – that always forgiving body-hugging Lycra -especially if it’s of the black shiny spandex variety that’s stronger than rubber and hugs your thighs, thereby helping you forget you added a whole size to your girth during the holidays.