I'll start off by apologizing again for being a bit of a non-presence these past few months. I have been busy with school and the holidays and work!
Now, let's get down to the PUGgy.
I didn't quite wear a PUG dress, but it was a repro dress. Green, to fit my costume.
What character could possibly wear a green dress you ask?
That's right! I donned a blue beehive and yellow eyeshadow to bring to life this housewife. Below, you see me and my love. Sorry for the iffy photoshop on my hairline, but at that point in the night, the powder I had in my hair to match what had to show from the wig had worn off!
We celebrated with my finace's family (IE, we cooked and did all the work while they were less than pleasant). Oh well, good food in the long run, I suppose.
I hosted a party on the 21st, and was able to rock both a new hairdo and the Birdie in Rose print.
Officially my favorite dress, even over my DeeDee. Lots of compliments that night.
And now, New Year's Eve.
We'll not be staying up until midnight, as we need our rest, but I figured I'd at least catch everyone up on my activities. We enjoyed an evening of Ozzie dining (though it's not too authentic, considering it's Outback hahaha!) and we both received a lot of stares and "wow!"'s. I'd say we make a good couple, wouldn't you?
Wearing the Carole top in blue and the Jenny skirt in Cool Havanna Stripes.
I don't really believe in resolutions, but I know I've changed this past year. I've recognized new flaws to work on, and appraised my own stregths, which are many.
I've developed confidence I never dreamed of. I had the strength to realize when my job was too stressful (hey, I quit Panera today. Moving on to another Bagel store, where I have a guaranteed promotion within a year. You do not want to work for Panera, trust me!). I had the confidence to be hired at my new job during my first interview.
Here's to self-confidence and self worth. Ladies, this is our year. I feel it.