Set Him A-Blazer….

Nothing completes a man’s outfit like a good blazer.  Love the slazer (sweater/blazer) from HUGO, perfect for wearing around the Thanksgiving table. . .
Set him a-blazer....

Cozy Fall Palette….

Cozy fall palette....

Sweater Weather Is Better…

#Sweater weather is better...

Grey top
etsy.com

Joseph block sweater
farfetch.com

Black top
$320 - elegance.co.uk

Reiss black top
reiss.com

Michael Kors crewneck sweater
marissacollections.com

Junya Watanabe wool shirt
$995 - brownsfashion.com

Zadig Voltaire collared shirt
$280 - zadig-et-voltaire.com

Setting The Table…

Setting the table...

Little Black Dress & Co.

#LBD for #NYE

Balmain black dress
stylebop.com

French Connection coat
usa.frenchconnection.com

Black purse
clarakasavina.com

Todd Reed ring
marissacollections.com

Ben Amun barrette hair clip
$340 - harveynichols.com

NARS Cosmetics nail polish
narscosmetics.com

Coppery Evenings….

Coppery evenings....

In Memory of Tater Tots

When my 12-year-old son gets home from school, we always have a little chat about his day.  As he gets older, those chats seem to get shorter, sprinkled with generous helpings of “nothing much” or “same as yesterday”, but I usually wrangle out the details about the social studies test, or the funny thing his science teacher said, or any cafeteria antics.  When we get to that part, I always ask what he ate for lunch that day.  I normally expect to hear his standard menu of tater tots (‘potatoes are a vegetable, mom!’) and a carton of milk.  At a lanky 85 lbs., I always encourage him to eat more at lunch, citing that he needs the energy to finish out the rest of the school day.

Apparently, he was listening.  Today’s menu went something like this:

Him:  For lunch I had. . .

 A cheeseburger,

elem-school-burger

and a taco;

Taco

two fudge chip cookies,

fudge chip cookie

and some green beans (!?!?!);

cafeteria green beans

a  pretzel,

soft-pretzel

and some milk.

Studio Shot of milk carton. Image shot 2012. Exact date unknown.

Me:  Wow – you ate all that?

Him:  Well, I couldn’t finish the pretzel.

Me:  What. . .

no tater tots?

Tater-Tots

Him:  Mom (cue eye roll), nobody eats tater tots anymore.   Are we done now?  I’m hungry – can I have a snack? And when’s dinner?

No more tater tots?!?!  It’s a sad day for the folks at Ore-Ida, to be sure.  But what’s with the snarky attitude and appetite spike? A hormonal shift must be causing this disturbance in the force.   Now what will I do with the 3 bags of Crispy Crowns in my freezer?  

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