well, my moral dilemma resolved itself in the blink of an eye.
after work on saturday, i went back to delirium to try on my skirt.
let’s start with the good news:
the skirt is priced at $54.99 which i thought was really not bad. i found out that the skirt comes from a mother-and-daughter-design/production team out in california:
most likely, you cannot read the print in the photo. the skirt label is “heartbreakers,” and the motto across the top states: “made with love and no regrets.” isn’t that awesome philosophy!
unfortunately (fortunately?), as soon as i put the skirt on, i knew it was not for me:
it’s too long. the word that immediately came to mind: dowdy. to suit me and my style, the skirt would need to be one virgin mary long, not two.
too bad, so sad. or not. at least i no longer have an internal moral debate to resolve.
i found a tshirt i covet and adore!!!!
NOW I WANT THIS TSHIRT!!! [yes i am screaming, i am excited]. I LOVE THE CARTOON KITTIES – LOOK AT THOSE BOWS!!! – IT’S A HOOT BECAUSE I DISLIKE CATS INTENSELY (sorry, zo!) AND I LOVE THE “SEE NO EVIL…” ETC CAPTION. AND IT’S ON SALE FOR $25!
[and i have approx the same amount of tshirts as the number of goals wayne gretzky scored in his career].
once again: it’s decision time…
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your runner’s world ad-of-the-month moment:
a very cute play on words! saying more with less – always impressive, in my book (er, magazine?)!
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i’ve really been enjoying the yoga classes at fearless heart yoga. i’ve attended sessions led by instructors lindsay, suzie and lauren. each of these yoginis has her own distinct style, yet each one is awesome. i was getting sad because my two week trial pass was nearing its end – in fact, it runs out today.
but then, the yoga
gods buddhas intervened!
late last week, i made good on this groupon offer!
yippee! i will activate my one month pass this week. any time can be yoga time! how’s that for divine karmic intervention!
31 FLAVOURS OF AUGUST
treat: kind bar from eating well organically
price: $2.59 – > plus hst, don’t forget!
rating: ** 1/2
tasting notes: i wanted a pre-yoga healthy-yet-sweet snack bar. these kind bars, i like. larabars i intensely dislike – i don’t get the hype (sorry, fans). the kind bars are wheat free, gluten free, dairy free (very good assets before downward dogg-ing) but, mainly, i just like the taste. this flavour combo was chewy and sweet and hit the spot. a little expensive to be taken daily.