Neither Saucy, Sexy or the Like.

These pictures absolutely crack me up. Who says I have to blog with pictures anyway? I scarcely see how what I’m wearing has any bearing on my content.  Part of the reason I began featuring pictures is because somebody told me I needed to.  And, such is the story of life…some one said you just needed to do it.  Been there?  People, generally, are always eager to give opinions on what may be best for you. Ever notice that?  Lately, I find myself offering less commentary, but instead, a rather provocative question. “How can I help you?”  Of course, never delivered in a “You want cheese on dat?” kind of way.  That would be awkward. Jokes aside, I find myself desiring to understand more about the people I encounter everyday.  Whether it’s work, family, friends, people for whom I subscribe to services, whoever…  How could our interactions become more meaningful? What is my role in that?

As for needs analysis, these pictures indicate to me the only thing of immediate necessity is two inches of extra fabric and good photographer. But now let’s not get crazy.The first frame (although probably mistaken for a serious shot) is deer in the headlights. I didn’t know the camera was firing. The second ( also mistaken perhaps for some sort of J.Crew-eque high fashion pose) is actually me tripping over my own feet while conveniently being blown over by a gust of wind.  The jury is in….sexy, saucy or serious? NOT guilty. I hope you all have a wonderful weekend. Cheers!

Dress: Judith March (available at Hattie’s Branches), Boots: ZiZi Girl (available at Nordstrom), Shades: Tom Ford


2 thoughts on “Neither Saucy, Sexy or the Like.

  1. Girrrl! Saucy or not, I will say those legs are looking good! Someone has been doing her squats and lunges! 🙂 I was just reading the Carrie Underwood plan again the other day trying to force myself into some much needed toning!

    • Aw, Thanks Cathy! Gosh, you think my legs look good? (blush). I’d like to see that Carrie Underwood plan! I wish I could say I was in good shape. I don’t exercise (save an occasional jog). Sad, I know.

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