...that feature 'what you're wearing today!'?
The blogger always look so cute in the pictures!
And then they write about where they bought the clothes.
I'd love to dress like those fashionable bloggers...
...but I think the learning curve might be too steep for me.
I basically wear the same shorts (I have a lot of them EXACTLY the same) and two shirts.
Technically, they're the same shirts...but they are in a DIFFERENT color.
When one shirt is dirty, the other is just coming out of the dryer.
It's a swell system.
And really. Why mess with perfection?
I just do it over and over again in rotation.
The only alternate for these 'uniforms' is when I'm wearing my painting clothes...
...which are not for public consumption.
I only wear them around the house...
...to look cute for Mr. Jenny.
I've used this process my entire adult life and heard a few derogatory comments about it.
I've always ignored the remarks.
I figure the people noticing were just jealous of my simple, stream-lined wardrobe selection process.
But now I'm thinking I might need to change my clothing rotation a little bit. Even our youngest granddaughter is commenting on my wardrobe limitations.
A few days ago she was rummaging through my closet for something.
She looked up.
Did a little double take.
And squinted again.
"Whose clothes are these, Grandma?" she asked with a puzzled look on her cute little face.
"Those are mine," I said.
"Are you sure, Grandma?"
"Yes, I'm sure. Those are my clothes."
She put her little hands on her little hips, and squinted her big blue eyes suspiciously.
"Ooookay, then. If you HAVE all these shirts WHY do you wear the same two. All the time. Like, over and over again?"
"Ummm...welllll..," I explained, "It's easy. I just take
one out of the dryer and put it back on while the other one is washing."
"Seriously, Grandma? Seriously! You need to work on that!"
Tomorrow the Grandlittles have an early out, and I'm going to pick them up at school at 12:30.
I'm planning on wearing a different shirt.
And I'm thinking I should have Mr. Jenny take a picture so I can link to a 'What I'm Wearing Today!" meme...
...because it's going to be an epic event.
At least for me.
And possibly little Miss Fashion Police.