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Monthly Archives: July 2017
For those of you who may not be too familiar with my blog, my life isn’t all about what I’m wearing. It’s also about what I’m hairing. I hair–or rather, wear, wigs. My favorite wig–“Storm” by Model Model. I have … Continue reading
Hey. It’s been a summer of eating, healthy meals, watching what I eat, gorging and gluttony! I was being so good and careful before we went on vacation. Then we went away and I threw caution to the wind—and who … Continue reading
My son, Jake, moved to Los Angeles Today. The news about this move was given to me when we were in France. I’m pretty sure Jake waited until then because if he had told me before I left, I would … Continue reading
Things are back to normal. And I have a confession. I’ve been a naughty girl. Since arriving home over three weeks ago, I’ve been petrified to get on the scale. I knew I gained weight over vacation, and then some. … Continue reading
Now that I’m back from our trip to France, I can tell you what I did wrong and what I did right. In all my years of traveling to the Cote d’Azur, you would think I had mastered the art … Continue reading
Monday July 3, 2017 3:52 AM. Eight minutes shy of my alarm going off and I’m too afraid to close my eyes in fear that I’ll fall back into a deep slumber. This is the beginning of our farewell to … Continue reading
Saturday, July 1st, 2017 Where has the time gone? I mean—just two weeks ago we were giddy and happy because a year had passed since last time we were in Theoule. Now the time just flew by. We won’t see … Continue reading
Friday, June 30, 2017 Today is Dany’s funeral. News of Dany’s passing was made very public. I’m sorry that I’ve been dismissive in writing, but it’s been a bit weird the past few days. Vacations are to be enjoyed to … Continue reading
Wednesday, June 28th The summer “soldes” (sales) begin today throughout the Cote d’Azur. Our plan was to do some shopping but since it’s so nice out—we ditched the idea and will hit the pool. We’ll see what the rest of … Continue reading