HALFTIME DRESS REPORT: 52 of 104 and COUNTING.Posted: August 10, 2015 Filed under: Uncategorized 2 Comments
This year, I made a New Years Resolution to wear all of my dresses in public at least once and document them, or I had to get rid of them. I’m happy to report that PROGRESS IS GOOD. Here‘s the full album to date.
However, there are issues. First, I’m behind pace, as I’ve only reached the halfway point now. Second, I’m starting to forget which ones I’ve worn, and accidentally repeat (case in point: #16 and #51). Third, I’ve gone through all the “normal” dresses now, and it’s just going to get weirder and weirder from here on out.
Residents of Durham: CONSIDER YOURSELF WARNED.
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