Creativity happens when you least expect it. I have started some medical treatments that require me to be flat on my back wearing those adorable “johnnies” which initially leave only my feet and my face exposed. On the plus side of this, gravity works wonders on my face and conversation is sparked in the most unusual ways.
Techs: I like your shoes.
Me: Why thank you. They are comfortable.
Techs: Your earrings are very cool.
Me: Why thank you. Santa Fe, New Mexico many years ago.
Techs: We only get to see jewelry, shoes and make-up in here.
Me: Well I will see what I can do to keep you entertained.
Techs: As if anyone has that many shoes…
Me in my mind: WELL! They don’t know me very well—so the challenge began. A different pair of shoes with matching earrings and coordinated make-up each time I go.
Here is day two and I am on my way. Let’s see what their reaction is. At the end of this series I will show you what I did on day 1. Maybe I can start a new fashion trend: ugly baby flannel wraps with style.
Hate those cell phone selfies…so distorting. Got get a new camera.
19 thoughts on “16 ways, sixteen days. DAY 2 Introduction”
your beauty shines through no matter what.
Sending love from the road
Thanks Robin! have a good trip…
My treatments were early in the day so Jack would treat me to breakfast at different places each time…it was fun…and fattening. Each of us copes in our own way…I like yr style! Mom Jan
Thats right; we all have our own ways of handling the bumps that life throws us! The trick is to look for the way, right?
wonderful idea, and I hope they appreciate it too! Thinking of you.
They DO appreciate it! Look for todays post with yesterdays tech comments 🙂
What a great way to take the edge off. And those shoes are de-e-e-vine!
Totally – the power of suggestion. Why go to “that” place; simply twist the perspective. Gotta love those years old LL Bean shoes!
Jane, This is just great! And, I think your selfie pic is perfect.
Thanks for that comment. You don’t know HOW MANY selfies I took to get one that I thought looked like me. Now I am an “expert”!
Beautiful and brave. ❤
Ah shucks…we ALL have it in us!
Nothing wrong with your camera…. you look great! Love that plum!
Well, nice to hear that from someone who knows how I actually look! Plums and purples are so delicious right now, huh?
I love your shoes Too! Are you OK?
There is a reason I collect shoes…old always looks new again eventually! 🙂 I am actually really great…just dealing with a little bump in the road of life. Thanks for asking!
Haha … Challenge accepted! Love it! (And you, lady)
Your creativity carries you gracefully through every challenge, Jane, and girl, you look gorgeous, whatever the color you’re sporting. Love your spirit!! Hugs, L