Favourite quote

What counts in life is not the mere fact that we have lived.
It is what difference we have made to the lives of others that will determine the significance of the life we lead.
- Nelson Mandela

Saturday, January 25, 2014

Saturday, and another car safety check due

8.30am - Visited a Hospice shop.
Normally I prefer to buy new, but I needed to entertain myself for 30 minutes and in the process of trying on about 6 outfits, bought myself a $4 blue top and $4 blue skirt.

In NZ, we need to have a safety check on our vehicles every 6 months, which include a trip to an approved mechanic who checks tyre tread, brakes, seatbelts, steering etc.
Mechanics open at 9am and I was the second car on the block.
Okay, my car is good, but I still like to wear my slinky black skirt and a nice top in the hope of encouraging the mechanic not to find any faults (I don't think it works, but I still like wearing slinky skirts).
Yes I know you saw the same outfit in my previous post (red lace top which I really like)

After the checkup, I get to a 10am brunch with my best friend Josie, who today was wearing an extremely bum hugging wet look tight black, knee length classy skirt, and looking very nice (if only my body was as slim and tall). Did I mention how nice, elegant and sexy she looked, I wonder if I can have leg extensions.

Anyway after a lovely brunch, a good chat, it was time to go home and do chores, in my new $8 hospice outfit. which takes about 25 seconds to remove as my daughters friend walks up the drive. I think I was partially spotted doing the dishes, but not something I can un-do if she did see me.

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