Thursday, February 27, 2014


This is a little story about dresses.
Remember this dress?  It's Small T's prom dress that we bought a few weeks ago.  We drove the 2 hours last night to get the alterations done on it.  Or so I thought.
 As soon as we walked in the door of the store, she spied this dress and said "Oh My God...there's my dress!"  She tried it on and traded her other dress in on this one.  This was a lot more expensive but she does look like a million bucks in the "new" one and it fits her like a glove.  It only needs the hem done.
Last night, Miss R also went with us to the store and she found her dress as well.  She tried on several and this photo really doesn't do her or the dress justice, but she is one elegant, sexy young woman wearing this dress.  She's out of school but her boyfriend is a senior so it's appropriate for her age.
Then, this past Sunday, we bought my niece, Z's dress.  Small T tried it on but I didn't get a photo of her wearing it, so you have to look at it on the hanger.  Z is the same size as Small T and she's going to look fabulous in it.
So that's my story about dresses this morning.


  1. I hated going prom shopping with my daughters...I didn't like seeing them all grown up...scared the crap out of me..

    1. we've only got the one daughter and it's hard to see her so grown up. but i do love seeing her so pretty. :) the cost of the dresses are mortifying though.

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