Bitter With The Batter





OK - it's not often I return home and jump right to the laptop to blog.  But when I do . . . 

Due to circumstances, I have had 3 full days of Julie Time.  Having been away for 2 months I was anxious to get together with my Sister Friends.  Friday was catching up and coffee time with Linda.

Saturday she and I hit a few thrift shops and I was able to find a jean skirt to replace the one I "shrunk out of".

Cute and comfy  

That evening the Sister Friends had a lovely supper together at a pleasant spot called The Gilded Unicorn.  Lots of laughs and lots of good food.

Sarah, Me, Christy and Linda

Which brings us to Sunday, which is where it all went south.  It was my last full day of frills and fancies.  The Sister Friends were all busy (they DO have lives after all) so I spent the day with laundry, dishes, and planned to go out in the evening for some grocery shopping and maybe coffee and cake.

Outfit for Saturday Night
 
Outfit for Sunday Night - Not much different, but enough.
 

Howsoever, being on my own I fell into the trap of pulling into the parking lot of a restaurant and chickening out.  There is also a bar I've been to before that I thought I'd drop in, but again couldn't bring myself to get out of the car.  I finally found a Perkins Restaurant and got out of the car ... but since it was Sunday they had closed early.  ~~sigh~~

Lesson Of The Night -- suck it up and live your life, lady!  Don't let your hesitation get the better of you and then you'll avoid feeling depressed.

Stay safe and pretty, Sweeties.

Comments

  1. Awwwww, You so deserve to be out there shining! I hate when my anxiety prevents me from doing things. I am so hard on myself and badger myself over it. Next time you will stand tall, proud and confident <3

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    1. Thank you so much for the encouragement. I pray that WILL be the case next time. We'll see . . .

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