I've been wearing my new jacket nearly every day since receiving it from my parents on my birthday. The fit, the color and the style are all just right! Not only that, it just plain makes me feel really cool and stylish when I wear it. ;) Another item I've been using daily is my new purse. You see, it was high time for a new purse, as the one my mom made was wearing out and had a stain from an unfortunate incident with a pen...*cough* This one has a cute shape and can be worn on my shoulder or cross-body. Despite the fact that the colors of the purse and jacket nearly match I've been wearing them together...a lot.
The rest of today's outfit was actually all built around a pair of teal tights. After another combination and then some indecision, I settled on my poufy little floral skirt and a striped t-shirt. I then added a white cardi for warmth and a gray belt for looks. Of course, the new jacket and purse were thrown on when it was time to go out on the town. In this outfit, I enjoyed a belated and delicous birthday lunch with my parents.
Ready to move on to a more serious topic? There's a specific subject that I'd love us to discuss here on Sunday Best. That topic is *drumroll please* ... COLLEGE. In conservative Christian circles such as those I'm in, it can be a source of some contention. There are so many different viewpoints on the subject. So, I'd like to ask you, reader, what do you think about college?
Do you think college is a good idea for everyone or just for some people? Is it better for guys than girls? Should you go just for the sake of going or should you have an entire career planned out before stepping foot in an establishment? Please let me know what you think in the comments below but please do not debate or argue with anyone. At the moment I just want to hear what everyone thinks. Later on, I'll do a post on my own opinion and you can have another chance to comment on the topic. If you are a college-age young person, it would also be great if you could do the poll* provided on the sidebar. Remember, I enjoy hearing from you! Thanks! :)
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The fear of the is the beginning of wisdom,