February 13, 2011

I'm A Ballerina!


Greetings from Lesson Planning Central! Yesterday I wrote my reading lesson plan, and today I will start on my math one. LPC (Lesson Plan Central) is one guaranteed hunk of fun! Notes spread out, textbooks open, too many tabs in Safari, etc. Oh and my math lesson is on geometry. I had geometry in 10th grade with possibly one of the most arrogant teachers ever and had no idea if I would actually pass. I didn't understand a thing he said and I couldn't imagine shapes moving around without seeing it in real life. Makes no sense.

Anyway, this is what I wore today. Duh! Last night I had about 6 dresses out for possible wearing but I wasn't satisfied. I finally gave up and went to bed. Right after I finally got comfortable and was almost asleep, BAM! Lightbulb! Pink dress, grey sweater, chastity belt. It was one of those times I should have just writting the idea down instead of getting up, turning on my light, and getting the stuff out. Like when you're in the shower and you get the BEST idea but you have nothing to write with. Then when you get out of the shower, the idea is gone. I'd suggest investing in those bathtub crayons. You know you want to!

Do I look like a ballerina in this? Thought so.

Breakdown:
dress- Gap (thrifted)
sweater- F21
tights- Target
shoes- Marshalls/TJ Maxx
belt- thrifted



-Sarah

PS: The reason I call it my chastity belt is because it has 3 prongs that latch onto the other side of the front of the belt and a chain with a lock. It's intense. Like Indians. (feathers, not dots)

4 comments:

  1. Hahaha feathers, not dots.. nice :)

    I love the color palette with this! As a bona fide former ballerina, I will officially sub this ballerina-esque :)

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  2. I feel like that belt could be used as a weapon. It makes me feel like you can protect me when I'm sleeping :) Bring it to Hammond, America.

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  3. You really do look like a ballerina... do a twirl on your tippy toes :)

    It all works really well, I'm particularly fond of the thrifted items, the belt and the dress.

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