I feel really behind for fall. Like reallllly behind.
Every time I go to get dressed I don’t even want to look at my options because I’ve bought nothing. I’m going to be sitting in ice [In Texas we don’t have snow, we have ice. And when we have ice our state doesn’t function for a week.] in jean shorts.
Lately, my to-do list has been ridiculous. For the past few months I will pack my schedule to the brim. My days start at 6 a.m. and I can’t remember the last night I wasn’t working until 9 or 10. Of course I have meetings and lunches with friends in between, but I’ve felt like I could never get anything done.
When your to-do list has 47 things on it daily, and you never cross them all off, the last thing I’ve really thought about is purchasing fall dresses and scarves. [I have managed to buy handbags and heels. Because heels are really functional in 42 degrees…]
I saw this Riffraff sweater back in the summer and my first thought was, “If I don’t get my hands on that I may throw a tantrum.” I did what any other normal human being does and stalked the site…daily. If I have accomplished anything these past few months, I did get my hands on this bad boy.
It has neon touches. It is warm. And it is so comfortable. [I hate using the word comfortable on a style blog, but I was tempted to say it is like a polar bear is hugging you, and I thought that was a bit extreme.] So, I lied. I’ll be sitting in ice in jean shorts and the best little sweater ever, and I guess I can’t complain.
Do you ever go through periods you feel like you can’t get anything completely finished?! Diagnose me, people. What do I do?
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