Here’s my fancy thirteenth outfit:

I'm in my emirp.

It was apparently so fancy that I only took one photo. I wore my jeans (surprise!), brown tee, and floral print brown flats. I love these shoes, but the heel strap slips off all the time. Any suggestions? I don’t want to get rid of these shoes, but the heel thing makes them really impractical.





Fourteen. I’m not that into Valentine’s Day, but I’m also not the type to dress in all black or whatever, either. I wore jeans, a red tank top, teal cardigan, and my zebra-print shoes. I also wore heart earrings (I’ve had them as long as I can remember, probably around 3-4 years old…) and the scarf I made!


Halfway through, and I finally managed to wear these!

Fifteen– halfway through!

I finally managed to wear these floral print wedges. They’re so cute, but I’ve only worn them 2-3 times in the year or two I’ve had them. I wore them with my navy blue scoopneck tee, a yellow tank, and…. jeans. Of course.





More stripes!

Sixteen… one of my favorites so far.

I really like the teal/navy color combination, though I don’t think it would have occurred to me to wear it otherwise. Plus I liked the leftover red nail polish from Valentine’s day with the navy + teal. A winning combination, in my book. I also wore (totally fake) pearl earrings, which I thought were kind of cute. Sometimes it’s nice to wear something different… unlike my zebra-print shoes which have developed a hole. Sad. They’d better hold out for the rest of the 30 for 30!




*an emirp is the reverse of a prime number that is also a prime. Thirteen is the smallest emirp. Learn something new everyday.


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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