Business in the front. Party in the back. In reality this top is a party all over! For the sake of keeping this blog rated PG, I wore a camisole. See the front deep "v"...well that is all mesh and was probably meant to show some skin. Nice try Lulu's, but my Mom and Dad (seriously, my Dad reads my blog all the time...hi Dad!) read this blog and I don't need to be getting a phone call from them telling me to put a shirt on. But, for those of you ladies who can rock this little thanggg the way it is meant to be rocked, more power to ya!
I picked this top up at the Lulu's clothing swap back in August at the Texas Style Council Conference. I didn't try it on, but I was instantly attracted to the mesh, "v" front. Picking it, I knew I would probably never wear it in the "sexy" way it was meant to be worn, and I am completely okay with that. All I have to do is wear my camisole and put on a cardigan or blazer and I am ready for school!
Speaking of school, shall we move on to my Wednesday randoms?
- I have worked out everyday this week. Holla.
- My Dad is turning 60 next week and I am (mildly) depressed about it. 60...wow.
- I am dressing up as Junie B. Jones tomorrow for "Dress like a Story Book Character" day at school. My girls loveee Junie B. books, so I hope my costume doesn't disappoint!
- My kids are selling chocolate bars as a fundraiser and I am on my fifth bar in two weeks...don't judge.
- Someone in our neighborhood is letting their dog go number two in our front yard and Wrigley insists on showing him (or her) who's is bigger, so he is two for two on crapping in our front yard this week. Winning.
- I blow-dried my hair last night for the first time in a long time and found that he length of my hair is getting dangerously close to my butt. I think I am due for a trim. When hair touches butt, that is my indication to make an appointment.
- Yesterday was "wacky sock" day at school. I wore green skinny jeans, a yellow shirt that says "one fish, two fish, red fish, blue fish," tall, blue baseball socks, and yellow striped socks over my blue socks. Jeans were tucked into my socks and I was reppin' some old Nikes. Hair was in a messy bun and I had minimal make-up on. My students weren't in class five minutes and I had already been told I "looked funny," I "didn't look like myself," I looked like "one of those people who run in competitions," and that fifth graders are "too mature" to participate in wacky sock day. Ha!
- I also got a text from my bestie, Des. She is a third grade teacher...her text read, "Innocent 3rd grade boy of mine. 'Ms. R, I thought of a triple homograph over the weekend!!! Nuts, as in crazy. Nuts, as in nuts you eat. And nuts, as in (pointing down at himself).'" And this, ladies and gentlemen, is why teaching is amazing.