Dress and Scarf, Forever 21
It's taken me way too long to post these photos! I took them over a week ago, of an outfit I wore the Friday before last. I had a ridiculously long week -- that I won't go into, because it would just be a bunch of me whining about random things -- but I ended up feeling a lot better Friday. (Wine may have played a part in that!) I had a good weekend and then Danny and I had a good peptalk together yesterday evening. Plus, I know what I'm doing with this blog again (how long has that taken me!? Months!) and I feel a lot more confident in general.
There's a lot of things on my mind, but let's talk about this outfit really quick: This is one of my favorite dresses. And my favorite scarf. I've worn this combination before, with a few different elements. But it made for a nice breezy outfit. The weather here has been switching from chilly in the morning to hot in the afternoon, which makes dressing for work a little more difficult than usual! It's raining today though, so things were a bit easier: boots, tights, and dress, my favorite combination.
This is that weird season where things are moving from Summer to Fall, everything is very in-between, and it's hard to know how to dress in the morning. However, it's one of my favorite times, because the rain starts again and washes the dust out of the air -- it just smells so nice!
I have a lot I've debated writing about -- I have so many drafts saved in a folder, some that I scheduled to post, then removed, trying to explain something or make something known, but I'm not really sure what I want to say. Or what my motivation for saying it is. I'm at a really strange, low point in my life and I'm not sure how to get back up anymore. I don't think my experience is abnormal, not in the least, but personally, it's hard to navigate. I'm a very ordered, structured person -- a lot of people say they are, with list-making or whatever, but I actually have a hard time functioning outside of order, outside of having a goal. It's hard to know what to do with no structure, no path that I can easily see.