“I Love Your Makeup, Ma’am”

Now that one felt really good! A young lady complimented me this way while I was waiting to find out how many of my clothes one of my clothing exchanges would take. When I am addressed with a feminine adjective or pronoun, I really pleases me that my brain immediately processes that as me, I never hesitate to respond, a smile always paints my face.

This was a very full day as I got dressed about 9:00 AM and did not return home until close to 9:00 PM. Days like that fill me with joy. August 18, 2021 was my final improv class so I booked an art museum shift and went about my day.

The dress was a Piece Unique gem, as Terri and Lisa called it, the “Life Saver” dress. I waited until I could wear it a long time before I took her out for a spin. Blue, teal and silver were the color pallet and I was thrilled with my look (and feel) this day!

Stop no. 1, the west side Avalon Exchange, where I was able to sell a few pieces and took the cash. This is where I received the title compliment! Then I went to the east side Avalon, where I sold a few more pieces and exchanged them for a darling nightie and a skirt. That nightie was wonderful to sleep in at the end of this day! Then I headed to the art museum and took these photos.

I worked my three hour shift with a wonderful woman, who really knew her art! Me, as I have told patrons who ask art specific questions of me, I know where the restrooms and elevators are and am just a pretty face! Ann was delightful and I hope to work there again with her.

Time to boogie across town for dinner and improv. I believe I have done my level best to try almost every Happy Hour (and there are many) in this upscale outdoor mall where the classes are located. I sat at the bar, enjoyed my meal and felt wonderful.

Then, sadly, my last improv class, where I absolutely crushed it! I left it all out there, took chances, played to the audience (my classmates) and earned my laughs. I really bonded with a few of the younger woman there and afterward we exchanged hugs and me, tears. I do believe I am now hooked.

So much so that in two days, I will be walking on a public stage to test my improv chops. Could be interesting, could be a disaster, stay tuned!

Please, please, please read Friday’s post!

The most important thing I have ever posted.

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As you read today’s post, I am on my way to Washington, DC for a Vanity Club event. Twelve outfits in three days!! Casual, dressy, formal in many different circumstances.

4 thoughts on ““I Love Your Makeup, Ma’am””

  1. Kandi, you are gorgeous (as always) in that dress and those fab shoes. It’s definitely an outfit that deserves the full day you had!

    Have a great time in DC with the Vanity Club. I know you will regale us with the tales of your trip soon.

  2. A lovely look indeed Kandi, I see why you got that makeup compliment
    I only hope I do get better each time I do mine
    And now you have my attention on Friday’s post

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