30 for 30: Seven Ate Nine

 

Seven!

Seven:

embroidered cardigan, white tee, jeans, and Doc Martens.

ps: I traded out my Campers for these Doc because I was worried the Campers would hurt my feet too much wearing them more frequently.

 

 

 

Eight!

Eight:

white tank top, striped 3/4 sleeve tee, navy tees, grey pants, zebra print shoes.

Also: ridiculous pose next to my fake tree. I have such a schnozz.

I also wore my teal cardigan over this, but I ended up taking it off as I was shredding 230943 papers. No, I am not an evidence-destroying CEO.

 

 

 

Nine!

 

Nine:

yellow tank, navy blue scoopneck shirt, grey pants, Doc Martens.

I’m actually pulling off a triad color scheme with my yellow, blue, and the red in my necklace (it’s practically invisible in this photo).

Angry!

 

 

 

I look really angry in that photo. I’m not though. Just trying to provide evidence of my red Scrabble tile necklace that completes my color scheme. Also, only one of my kids tried yanking on it, so not bad.

 

 

 

Stay tuned for the next update, in which I will lack a numerical pun. Oh, seven ate nine.

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About The Wonderful Blog

This blog is inspired by the Mae West quotation that "Too much of a good thing is wonderful." Each week I'll post a challenge to make your life more wonderful. It might be food, exercise, travel, or beauty related. Be sure to participate each week so that you can have too much of a good thing. I'm Jen. I'm a speech therapist in Arizona who likes to make stuff, cook delicious food, and complete items from my list of 101 Things to Do in 1001 Days. This blog is just another way for me to focus on doing things that make my life even more wonderful.
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