Clothing Optional

So remember yesterday when I said I was crazy? Well...what I did this morning is confirmation that yes, I am indeed crazy with a dash of Just a Little Off Kilter.


Wake up, shower, brush teeth, get dressed, eat breakfast, go to work...this is what I do five days a week so you'd think that I would have the routine pretty much worked out by now.


Apparently not...


I get to work, start to take off my jacket and realized very quickly that I never actually finished getting dressed! I put on my lady undergarments, tights and tank top but never put on my dress so there I am standing at my desk wearing my undergarments, tights, tank top, boots and a smile. What!?!? 


I dashed home, put on my dress and was back at work before anyone noticed but really Janet?....really! I'd blame it on the drugs but I haven't started any yet!


Oops by Twelve One Designs via Etsy

Comments

  1. Wow, impressive!! Thanks for sharing that fantastic story.

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  2. Good thing you noticed FIRST. You would never live that one down :)

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  3. BAhahahahahaha! I'm laughing with you, right? You're laughing, right?

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  4. LOL...All I can do is laugh about it!

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  5. I would blame it on Wood, he's a good scapegoat and was likely sending you evil thoughts anyway.
    BTW, I just read a little news clip that writing about your thoughts, feelings and experiences (or generally anything else important to you) for 10 min a day can help women lose weight. Not that you, tiny person, need to lose weight... the researchers put the effect down to decreased anxiety and an improved sense of self-worth and satisfaction.
    I would try it but I think mine would come off more as a rant than a blog. :P

    Love you.
    M.
    p.s. I am also laughing at you.

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  6. OMG.... whenever you get pregnant and have that baby... just think of all the stories you will have to tell them!! :-)

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