OK so some of these where a while ago, but I still need to report them in.
|Black Rouched Dress|
I found this at Crossroads Trading and I couldn't resist. Rouching in a pencil dress is a little odd but it does hide everything, even as it adds a little bulk. Normally I resist black, I have more than enough, but this looked ot pack beautifully and was so easy to wear. It'll probably come out tour with me this November.
This one came from a local thrift store. I know, strapless. Bear with me (heh heh, puns). I wear it over my corset and the corset hods up both the dress and the Rack beautifully. Because the dress is thin and stretchy it also shows the corset but I can wear a cream peplim shirt over the top and it's really quite a nice look. Anything that gets me away from a bra on occasion is good in my book these days.
Speaking of which, I've started a new exercise regime. No I am not one of Those Girls. I just would like to be a bit more fit (and the doctor told me to try to get something off the Rack, if at all possible, now, before surgery). However, I needed to figure out how to do it in a lazy low impact way ~ because I am lazy, and because of the Rack. It doesn't help that I used to be a treadmill addict: put it on, get on, watch a movie. Ta da! Exercise. (I know, bad form, but I really am so lazy. Anything is better than nothing.) But my apartment is now too small for a treadmill (and up two flights of stairs). Yes, even a folding treadmill wouldn't fit. (Two people, one cat, one shoe addition, two jacket additions, no closets, one tech additions, and 600 square feet: it's not pretty people. Not pretty.) Anyway, where was I?
So I bought this lovely little thing:
|Sunny Health & Fitness Twister Stepper $53|
Referred to by me as the steppy steppy. Oh my goodness, Fashionable Reader, I love it! We are in a Relationship: me and the steppy steppy. It is so easy to use. My knees don't complain about it. I just put it from its corner and get on it. No plugs. Pop in a DVD and ta da! Here's hopping it has some kind of effect on the Rack, or at least stops me from puffing on stairs in future. Hooray, steppy steppy!
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