|My latest purchase|
I try to tell myself that I bought this to help present a more womanly profile, but lets be honest I bought it because it looks like fun! I love a bit of flummery and here we have lace, bows, ribbon, everything that is not needed but adds to the joy of getting dressed. Given that I don't actually need foundation garments of any type, if I choose to wear them then there is no reason why they should be from the "practical" end of the spectrum. Even if it ends up being just another bit of cheap tat from e-bay I shall still have had my money's worth with the joy of anticipation. I spoke with P today on the phone so I know it has arrived, but rather than make a date to go down and see her, we have left it up to the weather. When there is a day of rain and I can't work I shall take a little trip involving lunch and the collection of my parcel. For once I am actually hoping for rain.
This Saturday my support group meets and if at all practical it would be nice to wear my new foundations. I don't yet know what else I shall be wearing, again to a great extent that depends on the weather, and the venue. We are now meeting in a local pub, the staff and other customers have so far been quite friendly and welcoming, so I wouldn't want to be the one going so far OTT as to put them off, so the cocktail dresses will be staying in their case for a while, it's just that I find I don't have much between relatively boring jeans, too formal suits and dresses and the posh frocks. I need to be creative with what I have rather than go out and spend more money. If everything works out well, I will be able to ask P for some advice before I go out on Saturday. Evil thought just crossed my mind, would this be too much for my next osteopaths appointment?