Tuesday, December 07, 2010

Winnah! Winnah! Winnah!


Okay, WHAT?! I won something? For reals? I really never do. And although everyone says "I never win anything," I'm the only one who can truly say that. I mean, the last thing I probably won was a game of Chutes and Ladders with my kids in which I tried to win by the tiniest margin possible. :D So, it's no surprise that...

This apron makes me feel like a million bucks!!

It wasn't actually my first choice (she's become so awesome, they're flying off the shelves! :D) but THIS is the one that was meant to be mine. It has my nickname on it and it is even more fabulous due to the out-of-the-comfort-zone-ness that it represents. I super love it! I wore it all day on Sunday like it was part of my outfit. :D I'm wearing it to the Ward Christmas party while I go find something to stir to feed my friends on Saturday morning. I'm wearing it to the next family party whether there's something to stir or not! I'm the new...

Glamazon Mom!

I love it because I won it and it makes me feel lucky! I love it because it's aqua and has dots! I love it because it has the most wonderful shape and makes me feel perdy! I love it because I never ever get to sew for myself and someone made it just for me! It's like tying on a burst of self esteem!

And that, my Friends, is a very welcome feeling to me! ;)

8 comments:

Colleen/Grandma/Mom said...

Wear it for your next family portrait so you never forget! it's very cute! I also think the strong undercurrent in your blog post is really all about being content--which you're good at!

Ashley King said...

I love it! It's so feminine and cute. Aprons have come a long way in the past 50 years, don't ya think?

Valerie said...

Wowza! Darling! I love it too!

Carissa said...

Very sassy. Congratulations!

My Heart Squared said...

I LOVE the apron - the color, the style and your smile! You look great in it!

CamilleJohnFam said...

It's darling! Hurray for you!

Michelle said...

Diana,

Thanks for stopping by my blog and for the comment! It was so nice to hear from you and I'm so glad you were able to enjoy some of my writing.

Yes, I too read Developmental Delays. Erin is an amazing woman and I don't know how she does it, but somehow she keeps going and I have so much to learn from her!

I appreciate your kind words about my business. And if you ever have some big, fun event that needs planning, just let me know! :)

Michelle
P.S. That apron is TOTALLY CUTE!!!

K said...

You are one of my role models, hands down. You deserve a beautiful blue apron, Ladybug. In Japan, people wear aprons all day long. True. (I secretly love wearing my late grandmother's apron, it reminds me of her and makes me feel domestic). Love you!