One of those days…

 It’s one of those days. Where I kept forgetting what I was doing at work, got home and wanted to nap, found almost all of my outfit pictures awkward and weird, had to restart my computer because things weren’t working properly, and even a mammoth bowl of spaghetti couldn’t fix it*. It’s not really a bad day, just… odd.

I found myself singing “Blue Moon” to my cat… all in meows. At the top of my lungs.

She ran away.

SO let’s talk about the outfit instead. I’m wearing a pajama shirt. See, Target just has this great range of pajama tees that fit better than normal tee shirts do… plus it was on sale, plus it’s thicker than a normal tee shirt, plus… it’s… pink? I’ve never really been partial to any one color– except red, on occasion– but I do really like pink.

I also like that this skirt twirls a ton. Ignore my foot coming out of my shoe.

And I really like this shirt. The more I look at it and wear it, the more fond I am of it. The texture and the neckline, and the useless little pocket… I love it.

I’m running out of things to say already. My brain is coming up with single words to describe my feelings about my outfit and the pictures. Such as “cupcake!” which then leads me to wish I had a cupcake, then to wonder if I have any chocolate, then to decide I don’t feel like getting up to see, then to crave popcorn with white cheddar flavoring.

Because I already know we have that.

And then it goes on to sing “Lollipop“, only replacing “lollipop” with “polkadot”. And then I get annoyed.

It’s just one of those days.

I think I’m going to finish my movie, eat me some popcorn, continue to avoid replying to emails, and swoon over James Purefoy as a Templar Knight.

Have a beautiful Wednesday!

Details: Cardigan($5), belt($1.99) and skirt ($12.97), thrifted; Shirt ($4.98), tights($7), and shoes (too old to remember), Target; necklace ($4.99), Hallmark.
Approximate outfit cost:  $36.93

*by “it”, I meant the day. Not the computer. Because we all know that a mammoth bowl of spaghetti would damage my computer much more than fix it.