Thursday, March 25, 2010


It's in the air.
Can you feel it?

Dressing for transition is so tricky.
Signs of Spring in Boston on the last day of winter.

Shy pasty skin peeking out after a long hibernation. (I've been there)

 Wearing black and then wishing to not be wearing black. (I've been there)
What about black with a shot of color? (I've been there)

She got it just right. (I'm trying to be there)
Too bad I couldn't get a picture from the front of her.  
Mental note: get more assertive.

Here we are again.  
What do you wear when it might be warm and sunny, might not stay that way?

As for me, I'll wear some of this:
The very best self-tanner ever.
Pricey, but one tube per year is enough--and it qualifies for a free gift.  
Who doesn't love a free gift?


Jill said...

Did you really take these pictures yourself...on the street. Wow! Brave! I love it!

Yeah, I usually don't get the transition dressing right. Need help!!

Cindy at LottieBird said...

Yes I did take them...but I wasn't so brave. Mostly I just had my camera on telephoto and held it out from me nonchalantly. And sometimes I pretended I was taking photos of buildings. Some day I will be more courageous. Maybe.

Tara said...

Oye!!! You were in Boston. I am so jealous, I will not even pretend cool. What did you do? I used to work on Newberry Street - did you take a nice long walk down Newberry? I used to love to spend an afternoon and just people watch. Ahh, good times.

Tara said...

Completely unrelated: Guster is coming to town. going?

Cindy at LottieBird said...

I did walk along Newbury. And I was trying to remember in which store your mom said you modeled. So I definitely thought of you!
Check this out:

ps I heard they were coming, and I can't remember when. You going?