Wednesday, June 25, 2008

Why I Wear Old Clothes

An opened up pomegranate.Image via WikipediaI just made juice, a yummy pomegranate cranberry . When I opened the container, for some reason, the lid flipped off onto the floor, splattering juice concentrate all over me and the floor. Nice, dark red, thick, sticky stuff.

I changed my clothes and treated the splattered ones with stain stick, but who knows if it will come out. But that's why I wear old clothes around the house. If something like that happens, and the stain doesn't come out, it's no big loss.

What do you wear around the house? Do you dress like a soap opera mom in your high heels and pearls, or do you wear any old thing that comes to hand. Or something in between?
Zemanta Pixie

7 comments:

  1. Probably something in between. I have clothes that I call good clothes some of which came from the thrift store, but I like them and they fit well. I have clothes that are ok and do for working clothes. I don't like to wear stained clothes they get dumped. I always change out of my good clothes when I come home and put on work clothes. No exception.

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  2. When I'm home I'm usually wearing pajama pants and a t-shirt in the winter and in the summer cut off jean shorts and a tank top.

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  3. Jeans, t shirts and sneakers. Well, now it's shorts, t shirts and sandals. I work at home and nobody sees me. If I know I am going out, I'll dress nicer : )

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  4. I usually wear my pants and t-shirt. That's why my dresses still look good for many years till I get bored of seeing them still good! haha..

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  5. PJ's as long as I can then what ever keeps me the coolest but NOT shorts,,, can't do those these days gotta cover the knobby knees

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  6. My DH always asks me why don't I buy some new clothes... Why? So I can look sexy while I scrub the toilet? NOT! Scruffy t's and shorts for me!!!

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  7. I have several pairs of soft stretchy comfy cropped tracky style bottoms that I wear with T shirts...

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