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Monochromatic Word Games

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The Monochromatic Look O.K. So, I will let the cat out of the bag. I am a woman’s store owner/clothing stylist that has Tourette Syndrome. It has eased up as I have aged, but there are still some very strong and sometimes fun vestiges of this annoying Syndrome. One of my favorite is word games. This is what I call it. Briefly, my brain registers a word then continually offers me a pallet of choices  spinning off from the original. Maybe you have a version of this little play on words rattling around your head from time to time. When...

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Look Great At Any Age

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For All Women

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My theme for Marjory Warren is For All Women. These three words are very important to me. As I get older I have developed an unsung connection with my gender. Many of us are too scattered across our paths, with no anchor and no connection with our female counterparts. These three words are very strong words as a collective. Like many of you reading this blog, I am a 50+ woman. Like you, I am also dealing with relevancy for myself. I am dealing with ageism in our society, I am dealing with the question “Who am I now?”  "Who do I...

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Everything Looks Better in Black & White

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Everything Does Look Better in Black & White Besides using this old saying to promote my store and show you great stuff that I have in it, I am trying to remember when the last time I have ever used this saying. Paul Simon originally used the line in his song Kodachrome "Everything looks worse in black and white." He changed them years later to "Everything looks better in black and white." He is quoted to saying the song is about the distortion of reality. So how can I wrap this around style and clothing and women and body...

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