Seven Things I Love (5-31-2021)

1. This Design by Stephen Burrows – If you haven’t watched Halston yet on Netflix, DO! They rather thoroughly cover “The Battle of Versailles Fashion Show” which occurred on November 28, 1973. Publicly it was advertised as an event to fund raise to revamp the Versailles, which was in dire need of restoration, but itContinue reading “Seven Things I Love (5-31-2021)”

Five Things I Love (3-23-20)

We all need to hear about as many positive things as we can right now. Having said that, I’ll be adding a few extra items on my “Five Things I Love” lists for the indefinite future… 1. This fabulous article about how Gen-Xers are so freaking awesome, which we already knew because pretty much everyContinue reading “Five Things I Love (3-23-20)”

Five Things I Love (1/13/2020)

So this week, life happened, and I didn’t get this done on Monday as I had planned. 1. Perimenopausal Bingo by Beth Kanter (definitely can be used by menopausal and postmenopausal broads) from McSweeney’s: 2. Mockumentaries – plural of mockumentary [ mok-yuh–men-tuh-ree, ‐tree ] noun 1. a motion picture or television program that takes theContinue reading “Five Things I Love (1/13/2020)”

Five Things I Love (12/16/19)

1. This article on McSweeney’s* about Sensible Hairstyles for Women Over 50 (by Laura Winther Galaviz). I like the first one best, (a) because I am pretty sure I could pull it off, (b) I can actually crochet and (c) it’s just too spot on. – Procure a fine purple yarn and crochet yourself aContinue reading “Five Things I Love (12/16/19)”

Mixed Feelings – Part I

Whenever I read or hear about how body or size acceptance has made so much progress, how society as a whole has finally started to recognize, okay, has sort of started to recognize? maybe is seemingly recognizing? that fat shaming* is not acceptable, I’m always torn. You’re probably thinking, what in the hell is thereContinue reading “Mixed Feelings – Part I”