Sunday, and with daylight savings, I'm at Sylvia Park shopping center at 9am (but my body is still working on yesterdays time of 8am -I should be sleeping in).
I was happy with my clothes, see through lace top, pink bra and daughters super tight black pants that look like well designed classy latex jeans - and feels really nice both on and to the touch.
And brown, tight knee high boots (wife's pick, she thought it looked nicer than my heels, I'm not so sure)
The photo of the outfit doesn't do justice - so it's still on the camera and not here.
I had a quick brunch (coffee & cake) with my GF Josie, did a little shopping. Josie has lovely long legs and was wearing a short mini. Shopping wise - my little legs in tight pants and boots had trouble keeping up.
By 10.30am, we had parted as we both have chores at home, but I did manage to stop by Super Cheap Autos to pick up some oil and filled up the sump on the wifes car, much to the amusement of the manly staff at the auto shop. Maybe it was the way I was leaning over the engine in shiny tight pants, or maybe it was my whiskers showing through my foundation since my make up was a 5 minute job with sleepy eyes.
Back home and by 12, I was 3 meters up a tree with chain saw in hand and by 2pm, looking down from my perch, saw about 800kg of branches blocking my drive. Next time I'll put the cars out on the road before cutting over the driveway. Another 4 hours of work and the drive was cleared, logs taken to the back for fire wood, and my favorite 22 year old flannel shirt had 2 long rips in it (I nearly cried). Okay this is normal life, not girl story, neither is it girl story when I spent Monday lunch at "Pick A Part" car dismantlers, where for $2, you can dismantle any car you want all day long, searching for that second hand part for your own car (that's when you need more money) - actually I was re-searching on how to dismantle a car same as mine so I know how to do mine without damaging it, but one day I'll walk out with an engine with only half the mileage as mine - wish I had seen a Mazda ECU, mine has a memory fault and my software can't clear it.