Just As You Are

Comfortable is best.

I like to wear any fabric, as long as it is cotton. For me, it’s about being comfortable and being myself.

When I don my going-to-work-outfits, I cringe. Slacks, skirts, blouses. Ugh. The minute I get home OK, the sixth minute after I get home — after I greet Otis and take him out to pee — I rip off the agitating clothes and throw them in a pile.

I put on a T-shirt or hoodie and sweatpants or jeans. Or jammy pants. Ahhhhh.

My husband likes my “comfort wear” just fine because he knows it makes me happy. The first time we met, I wore a hoodie, jeans, and Nike basketball shoes. Not much has changed!

Like Mark Darcy says to Bridget Jones: “I like you very much just as you are.”

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