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Ooh La La, and other French Sounding Phrases

I have to tell ya’ll, since my mother already blogged about it, that we went shopping again Saturday, my mother and I. It did start quite innocently, we onnly intended to ride to town real quick and pick up a cord for her new stove. Ha/ Hahahahahha. Ha! I swear, someone must call ahead and tell the manager of Sears to “put the clearance signs out, because Cass and her mama are on the way.” Have I mentioned that she gets a discount? Even on clearance stuff? And that 60% off is just more than a good woman can pass by?

st.purple.cowl.1Well, here’s something else that’s hard to pass by: Parisian Clothing and French Dresses. I mean, come on! If I were tall and thin instead of short and not, I would so be trying to justify that! I’m drooling over that spotted cardigan as it is. And, ok, the matching dress is tempting, too.

As you can see when you clickthrough to Goldyn, they have a list of designers as long as your arm. And the fabrics are nice, with lots of wool and cotton. Oh, don’t panic! I know it’s summer, but wool is good year round! It can be knit into an amazingly thin and slinky fabric, as any good French Designer knows. Besides, it’s air-conditioned everywhere anyway, and winter will be here soon enough. That wine turtleneck looks pretty much three season to me, doesn’t it to you?

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