Baby, it’s cold outside.

Email This Post November 28th, 2006 nicky

loungewear.jpgToday is the first day I have turned the AC off in my house. Hooray for low pressure systems! (Finally!!) I am ecstatic, I even got a little severe weather alert for a cold front on my weather desktop thingie. Yes, I am a little obsessed with this topic but anything below 70 degrees in AZ is cause for celebration people! Just wait until the summer when I will be groaning and griping about 115 and sun so hot I burn myself with my seatbelt. Anyway, all these chilly breezes got me to thinking about how fun it would be to come home, change into some snuggly loungewear, drink hot cocoa and read a book. So much more relaxing than my usual household chores and watching Tivo-ed programs.  Unfortunately all my sweats are pretty tattered and either have paint splatters, holes, or bleach stains. And my wear-at-home tees have suffered the same fate, I don’t think I’d even want to answer the door in them! Yippee, here’s another excuse to buy some clothes! I obviously love Anthropologie as I have mentioned before but I have never talked about how awesome their loungewear section is! Feast your eyes on the beautiful Sun Salutation pants, the stylish Four-Poster lounge shirt, the fun Crazy Quilt pants, and the softest Touchable tank. And if you prefer boyshorts, babydolls or chemises, they have you covered!  Time for a lazy night and my fav part? The Ghirardelli Double Chocolate hot cocoa, YUM!

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  • 1. Fitz  |  November 28th, 2006 at 7:00 pm

    Ugh. I’m so envious. You want cold? You come to Michigan in another few weeks. 🙁

  • 2. nicky  |  December 1st, 2006 at 1:37 pm

    I’m originally from the Midwest (MN) so I miss the cold and 4 seasons terribly, it just gets so boring!

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