LOLOL Huntr. No, I hate shopping for clothing. I am lucky to work in an industry where I can get away with a wardrobe of free t-shirts from dot coms and jeans nearly every day. In the winter it is black turtleneck and jeans.
Two of my daughters really enjoy shopping and once every couple of years, I will go enjoy it with them. In those cases it is fun, because contagious excitement from girls is fabulous.
You would have thought I was being drawn and quartered a few months ago when I need to go buy several "office casual" outfits for a set of meetings I had to attend. They wouldn't have been impressed with my showing up in a faded t-shirt, jeans and sneakers. Darn it.
But, here I sit in my Rock Your Firefox shirt and jeans...View Thread
He needs serious help. Call his doctor and get a referral to a psychiatrist and ask if inpatient help is what he might need. This is pretty serious. (and expensive and dangerous for him and others.) Something should be done now.View Thread
Clothes shopping can be fun. My son wants no part of clothes shopping though and never has--he would rather just impart his clothing rules and for it to show up in his room.
Hair cuts are interesting. I have considered finding a salon that specializes in curls for my girls. They have had a number of bad hair cuts in their lives and now would rather avoid the salon at all costs.View Thread
An instrument definitely can be difficult with scoliosis. People often tease about my son playing the flute instead of something more "manly" but when I see him lugging all his school stuff, I am pleased he wasn't like my daughter and chose a bigger instrument.View Thread
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