I should have seen it coming, I should have known my own tendencies. Unfortunately, starting something and not finishing it is ingrained in my being. I'm desperately trying to change that but it's a slow process. Sorry that the last day of my work week werk series fell short, it was hard getting myself into real clothes when I'm working from my dining table. I'll try harder next time, promise.
But onto newer and clearer things, my new Derek Cardigan frames came in from Coastal Glasses. If you know me, you know that I'm practically blind. Like actually blind as a bat, I can't see sheeeeeep (if you get that reference, I love you)! I started wearing glasses in the fourth grade and kids would always make fun of them so naturally I grew to hate them. I never felt like myself in them and I got contacts the first chance I could and never looked back. I rarely, if ever, wear glasses in public.
But recently, I've been coming into myself and I've been making adjustments to parts of me that I never particularly liked. Like my nose, I haaaaaaaated my nose for the longest time, for what feels like ever really. Ever since I got my septum ring, I've been in love with it; that little glimmer of gold has made a big difference in my confidence. So I got new glasses to do the same, I wanted something that I wouldn't be self conscious to wear in public. And these are it, I'm all kinds of obsessed. The simplicity, the minimalistic design are exactly what I was looking for.
Isn't it funny how we can dress up parts and pieces of ourselves and how that can make all the difference?