The In-Betweener

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After meeting the college graduates last week and talking to them, I realized that now I’m so much more comfortable conversing with people younger than me, rather than with my peers. I literally have nothing to talk to my peers about – my friends’ Facebook pages are full of baby photos and baby stories, while mine has cat pictures and rants about whatever TV show I’m watching at the moment. I may dress like an old lady, but other than the cat thing, I’m still very much a kid at heart. I mean, I still fight with my niece over which cartoon channel to watch, for God’s sake (hey, what can I say? Mickey Mouse Clubhouse is on at the same time as Phineas and Ferb.)

P/S: I totally had a brain fart moment when I put on clothes this morning. Apparently I didn’t realize this skirt has belt loops.

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black shirt peter pan collar by 14 shades of grey

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T-shirt: Uniqlo, Skirt: hand-me-down, Belt: Forever21, Heels: Mudd (thrifted), Collar: self-made

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2 Comments on “The In-Betweener”

  1. Haha, I know what you mean! I can never figure out what to talk to my peers about because they’re all having kids and being stay-at-home moms, while I’m still working and being goofy at home with my husband. At least he and I can be kids at home with each other.

    I LOVE this outfit! That top is so good on you, and the skirt is super pretty! Ha, I did the same thing with the skirt I’m wearing today! It has belt loops (big ones) but for some reason I didn’t realize it. Oops.

  2. Megan says:

    Love that collar! And I completely agree – I tend to have much more to talk about with people younger than me. I’m not ready to have babies and talk about them 24/7 yet 😉


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