Open Book Blog Hop – 23rd July   Leave a comment

Stevie Turner

Here’s this week’s topic:

Let’s talk wardrobe. Do you gravitate to one color? What is your go to style? What shoes do you prefer?

When I was a teenager I followed fashion trends of course, whether they suited me or not.  I clumped about in dreadful platform soled shoes and bellbottom trousers that made my legs resemble two barrage balloons.  All my clothes ended up as a jumble on the floor of my bedroom in direct opposition to my mother Dot, whose clothes were hung up in a meticulous colour co-ordinated way with all the tops of the hangers facing inwards.

Fast forward a few more years to when I was a young mother.  My days were so busy and we didn’t have much money.   I lost all interest in clothes and even felt guilty if I bought any.  The interest never really came back, although if I had…

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Posted July 23, 2018 by aurorawatcherak in Uncategorized

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