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Is this chickeny or what?

Wednesday, March 05, 2008

So back in December I flew to Vegas to be a Groomswoman in a friend's wedding. Our side (all girls, by the way, except for the groom...we dubbed ourself his harem) had to wear all black with apple red accents. I bought a dress for this occasion. I'd like to take the time right now to point out that I don't do dresses. Cute shoes yes, dresses no. So, that's love right there, okay?

Anyway, the dress fit okay (shock!) and everything, but I just felt frumpy and stupid. I spent the whole day really uncomfortable. I dealt with it because I love my friends, but as soon as I could I got out of it.

I have a friend who's getting married later this month, I won't wear the dress I bought to her wedding, because I'm unsure if that's some sort of faux pas (is it? I have no idea.) but I'm thinking about trying on the old dress (I haven't worn it since Dec) to see if it fits better. I'm nervous though, because I'm worried it will fit exactly the same and then I'll be completely bummed out because I won't see any difference.

This is stupid, because I know there is a difference, but I just get really nervous that this is how I'll stay forever even though I'm working so hard. It's silly.

In other news, I had to get an MMR shot yesterday (apparently because I'm so old, when I was in school boosters were not required, so my University freaked out and demanded I get one) and it made me disgustingly sick. Lucky for me I was smart and did my cardio in the morning, rather then waiting for the afternoon like I was going to. I feel a little better this morning, I did some Tae Bo and I'm kind of light headed almost an hour and eating later, but I'm hoping it goes away soon.


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