Birth of a project

I was getting dressed for a friend's birthday party and I didn't know what I was going to put on my body. I looked in my closet and it seemed empty, unpromising. I've had these moments before; everything was old, ill-fitting, or blah. I thought to myself, "Ugh! I have NOTHING to wear!" Then I began rifling through my closet and saw a forgotten shirt I loved and many more, and I realized I was crazy. I had plenty to wear, and plenty to choose from. My closet was FULL of treasures! At that moment I decided I would take a year to explore my closet and to add NOTHING new to my wardrobe.

I would create a NEW outfit for each day in order to maximize my wardrobe and shake up my style.

Basically, I would try to "snap out" of my fashion rut, and appreciate what I have.

It was my New Years' project:
One Closet, One Year.

Monday, December 6, 2010

Sick HaHa!

I have given HaHa antibiotics, something I really hate to do, especially after reading the many side effects, most of which HaHa would not be able to tell us about. I am also freaking out a little bit because it looks like she is getting a rash on her cheeks, one of the "serious" side effects listed on the Patient Prescription Information. Or maybe I am just thinking that she has a rash because I am a Nervous Nellie. I'll wait until Richard gets home and see what he says...

At any rate, I've got to go. I have to go stare at HaHa.

Oh, I have a new equation: Sick HaHa + Nervous Nellie= Lame outfit and pictures.


Sweater: Clothing swap. J.Crew.

Shirt: Gift. Loupilou.

Pants: Cousin hand-me-down. Gap.

Shoes: Mossimo.


  1. is it amoxocillan-related penicillin? there's something called amoxocillan (sp?) rash, bix had it once.

  2. Oh, I keep forgetting to send you this. Must be sub-conscious.

    AND I was just bugging you about your future because I always thought (and still think) that you are a super star and wondered what you were doing next to a blackboard... I mean a whiteboard, but that sounded better.

  3. Okay, now that link did not work!

  4. I am flattered! Coming from you, that's a true compliment!!!

    It was bactrin. They put her on cephlox so we'll see if that fares better!