Dressed for success?

By Mir
July 12, 2011

I think we all have a few of those childhood memories that are indelibly burned into our brains; moments when we felt like we would never fit in or be “right.” I watch my kids trying to navigate tricky social waters and desperately want to tell them that they won’t remember these heartaches in a few years, but it’s not true. Some of it fades, but some of it stays with you forever. I guess it builds character.

Once upon a time, I thought clothes were fun. Today’s post at Off Our Chests is one of those memories I’ll never shake, for better or for worse.

Come on over; no matter what you wear, I bet you’ll be able to relate.


  1. Chuck

    I had a college professor who had a sign in his office that said “A clean desk is a sign of a sick mind.” He said one of his kids had bought it for him.

  2. Little Bird

    I was made fun at over my clothing ALL THE TIME. I got over it. Eventually. I still dress oddly apparently.

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