eHow defines “vintage” clothing as clothing from another era…usually older than 25 years. Well, meet my almost vintage linen skirt that I purchased in the 90’s. I usually don’t keep clothing for more than a few years, especially if I haven’t worn them in a couple of seasons. Why I kept this skirt for so long, I’m not quite sure.
Maybe it’s the print & the colors that drew me to this faux wrap skirt so many years ago? The fact that it’s made of my favorite fabric might have something to do it? Whatever the reason, I’m pleased to be able to wear it today without looking outdated.
Just goofing around ~ it seems SO silly sometimes…posing for photos as if…(I’ll let you finish the sentence).
Speaking of vintage, a little cowboy wisdom as we all get closer to that final sunset.
A COWBOY’S GUIDE TO AGING by Patrick Dorinson
1. Be careful about reading health books. You could die of a misprint.
Just ignore all that noise and enjoy life. Unless you want to spend your golden years worrying about what may or may not kill you.
2. Make time for your loved ones. We are not promised tomorrow so make the most of today.
At the end of the day family is all you really have. Stay in close contact with siblings and other family members.
3. Don’t interfere with something that ain’t botherin’ you none.
There is no need to elevate your blood pressure any more than you have to over things you can’t do anything about. If it ain’t bothering you let it go
4. Live a good honorable life. Then when you get older and think back you’ll enjoy it a second time.
Cherish your memories. Look back and see how far you have come, and give yourself a pat on the back. It may not have always gone the way you wanted, but if you lived an honorable life and always strived to do the right thing, you should feel justly proud.
5. Finally, we all need to accept the fact our time on earth is limited.
“Everybody is going to die someday. The quicker you understand that, the sooner you can get on with business of living.”
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Skirt & Top: Jones New York Shoes: Michael Kors Bag: Louis Vuitton