March 26, 2012
Switching out seasonal clothes is happening in closets and drawers across the country. Pulling out last years spring stuff and packing away the winter clothes is a chore that, if done properly, can save her a few steps the next time she needs her warm stuff. Making all necessary repairs and dry cleaning bulky coats now so they are fresh next year will guarantee a cleaner start to that seasons wardrobe. I'm going through my closet and my kids closets and seeking dry cleaning coupons so all coats can affordably be cleaned, and hopefully will still fit at the end of this year. I'm moving springy sleeveless shirts to a more favored spot on my clothes rack, which reminds me to also see if I have any Jergens body glow left. Pale skin is only acceptable for these next few weeks however once Memorial Day hits, shoulders should shine a little bronze. Feet have their rules too, flip flops and sandals equal pedicures, and don't get me going on how many women are now dreading the fact that they have to shave more because our legs can't hide underneath a pair of pants much longer...no pun intended. Trying on last years swim suit could be cause for a diet or a smile. Let's hope its the latter. My swim suit is actually 3 years old so perhaps it's disqualified?
Right now she could be
Driving her kids to a rehearsal
Finishing up a DIY project
Sending a photo of a dish she just made
Connecting with an old friend
She Could be a
Amusement park marketer
"I do things for my kids that I wouldn't do for myself"
She Phone Starter
Do her clothes from last spring fit?
Over 50 million Americans are caring for an elderly relative. Many feared the experience would be negative, but research shows that nearly 80% of these caregivers found it to be an emotionally rewarding experience. Many embraced the ability to give back to someone who had originally given to them.
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