What didn't, you ask?
in-bed-by-10:00PM-5:30AM-wake-up-work-by-6:30AM functional person
an up-past-midnight-pajama-wearing-until-noon-do-I-really-need-to-shower?-nah lazy a$$.
How long did it take exactly?
One lousy week.
Because underneath the organized exterior lurks a procrastinating troll.
Just call me Scarlett [the troll]...Fiddle dee dee
The truth is, except for that little ole money issue, being out of work is kinda okay. I think most people would agree.
It's amazing what I can find to do (besides nothing): Wait while my oil's changed; shop at Whole Foods when nobody else is (and actually find a place to park); wander the aisles of Home Depot to my heart's content; have lunch with friends; visit Vespertine Cafe in Pittsboro to stock up on goat's milk soap; hang out with the cats.
I also do a lot of deep thinking. What the heck, I've got the time.
What is the deal with people wearing big giant scarves with sleeveless blouses and shorts? It is 90 degrees outside, you do not need a scarf. Also, all of the above plus a pair of boots.
In the same WTH vein - what is the deal with making pajama sets of shorts and a tank top out of flannel or a sweatshirt type material? Huh?! Is that for people who can't decide if they're hot or cold? I do not get it.
And as long as we're talking fashion, (because, obviously, me and Ralph Lauren are like this [insert image of crossed fingers here]), designers - enough already with the hoodies and ruching. Please GO AWAY now.
If I see both those things on a garment I want to cancel my subscription to Vogue.
Okay, I'm exhausted. More deep thoughts tomorrow.
If I get up before noon.