Monday, March 18, 2019

The Month of February in Review

February has come and gone taking with it my month-long birthday celebration. 

A short month it may be, but every year I pack it full of fun – laughter-filled lunches, delicious dinners, successful shopping trips, lots of Prosecco and Champagne and presents, presents, presents from friends, friends, friends!!  Can an old gal get any more gâtée (spoiled) than that?  I think not. 


A Favorite Birthday Card

As soon as I got an email about their Spring Collection and SALES!! SALES!! SALES!!, I headed straight to White House Black Market to max out my White House Black Market Gift Certificate from le husband, the CEO in Charge of Spoiling Me Rotten.  That IS his official title.  Has a nice ring to it, don’t you think?  Anyway, I snagged some great pieces -- two day dresses that can be dressed up for the opera, two beautiful black lace tops, some really fun accessories and a lovely skirt. 


Saturday, February 9, 2019

Don’t Be Boring !!

It’s my birthday month.  As you all know by now, since February is the shortest month of the year, I reserve the right to celebrate my birthday all month long, and I do.  It’s only fair, n’est-ce pas?  What isn’t fair is that I am now officially in my late sixties and, yes, age has left its calling card, but I have not yet invited him in. 




But It Should Look Effortless!!
I am, however, unable to prevent the inundation via email of ads for walk-in baths, hearing aids, retirement communities, Depends and Silver Singles.  No matter how young I still feel, the marketing industry has clearly targeted me for creeping decrepitude, to which I say “Hah! Hah! Hah! And Hah!”  Want to sell me those things?  You have to catch me first. 


Wednesday, January 16, 2019

Blame it on the Croats

Did you know that last month was National Necktie Month?  Do you care?  Well, a lot of men once did and some still do. 




According to Oscar Wilde (1854-1900), the most famous dandy of his day, “A well-tied tie is the first serious step in life.”  I know I would never have taken a young man seriously had he shown up at my door for a dinner date without one.   So who gets the credit or the blame, depending on your point of view, for the modern necktie? 


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