Friday, October 2, 2009

Day 3 of Femininity

I don't believe for a moment being feminine requires one to be completely serious, sedate, and statuesque the entire day long. In fact, some of the most beautiful women I know are those who don't take themselves too seriously.

Which is why I decided.......after managing two lovely pictures...
(uh oh, she's got that look in her eyes)

It was time for a little silliness!!!

Oh work it, baby. Work it!

Now that's what I'M talkin' about!!!


Hmm. Perhaps being feminine DOES require one to keep her tongue in her mouth.

For shame! I know. My bad.


Silly me. In any case, I'm feeling lovely AND a bit on the funny side today. And yeah, that's the mess in my backyard, lol. Hope you enjoyed day 3 :)

6 comments:

Brian and Erin Lewis said...

You are a nut job, good thing we all love you or we may have to commit you.

Emily said...

Ha ha! Hilarious! Love it! You can tell that dressing feminine brings a smile to your face! :) Have a glorious day today and good luck with getting through Conference! :)

Debbie D said...

Ha, Ha, Ha, Ha, Ha, Ha! You're too funny! But not too feminine. I actually bought a dress and two skirts today. (I've been looking for ages) It was a lucky day. But I don't even own enough skirts to wear a different one every day. One is very "wintery" for sure. You've got me thinking though :)

LaurieW said...

Yea Debbie! I love it when "good finds" come my way. I don't have a skirt for every day of the week either. In fact, I'm wearing the same skirt yesterday and today! Just changed up the shirt :)

Rose said...

You are so funny! I agree~I hardly ever take myself serious~it is no fun that way!! Let go and have fun! Though I would never do anything to shame our Heavenly Father. Nice pictures and cute skirt and blouse~God bless, Rose

LaurieW said...

Awww, thanks Rose *wink*. I believe God gave us the ability to laugh, we should use it♥ Yet I wholeheartedly agree - even laughter and silliness can go to far. Isn't it interesting being in a dress/skirt helps to keep our attitudes from going too far.
(((hugs)))