So, it’s 2012. And I am wearing pants.
Yep. It’s going to be a wild year. 😉
But really, pants are just more practical for the adventures I’m going to have today (exploring old graveyards and parks), and I did want to post something different from the normal for my first post of the new year.
Did you all have a good New Years Eve? I did. Well, I’ll be honest: it was a little bit emotional (I was very tired), but it was probably the best New Years Eve I’ve had in a while. My family stayed home and played games, and it was relaxing and just… nice.
Did you all make new years resolutions? I thought about making the resolution to write every day, but it’s already the third day of the year and I haven’t written a thing. So that thought is down the drain. I do plan to blog more regularly, though, because I miss all of you and I really want to keep up the blogging. I think this year, my blog will start to be more about life and adventures, and not always about fashion.
I mean, I will still do outfit posts, but I am going to try to do more things (I really don’t know much about the area I live in, even though I grew up around here) and have more adventures and just… live a little more.
I have also decided, because of this hat and these pants, that I need to wear red more often. Which means I need to buy more red, because I think other than these two items and some red tights, the only other piece of red clothing I own is a dress that I don’t really like.
It’s funny how red is my favorite color, yet I own very little that is red.
I would have more pictures, but I still haven’t gotten back into the rhythm of my camera, so most of my pictures were blurry… and also, I pose weird when I wear pants. I’m still a little self-conscious about wearing them, mostly because I don’t quite know how to style pants. They’re hard for me.
I do want more colorful pants, though. Jeans are boring now.
I hope you are all having a wonderful 2012 so far!
P.S. Mom is still making and selling these hats, if you’d like one. I’m going to work on making her a little website with the different styles she’s made and contact info, but if you’d like to ask about the hats or order one, you can email her at firstname.lastname@example.org. The hats are $12, plus shipping/handling (so about $15 total) and you can choose whatever color or embellishment you want.
She also makes them for boys. Without the flower.