Old Yellow Robe


I read once that when you work from home, you should make it like work.  Get up, take a shower, get dressed, have set hours and all that.  Frankly, I’m from the “I don’t get dressed unless I’m leaving the house” camp.  While I don’t work from home, per se, but my day off (I get two, but usually on is Sunday, and that’s Hippy Day) is (in theory) supposed to be spent sewing.

While I’m going out later tonight, I’ve pretty much decided I’m going to be sewing in plaid pants, a cami, and my yellow robe.  I really hope that’s not a problem for the rule people.  I don’t own bunny slippers, but as it’s cold in my house, I will probably end up wearing my ducky socks at some point today.

At least I’ll be working, right?  Just as soon as I finish off those mac n cheese bites…..

ETA: I just had a serious debate with myself over whether I should watch Martha or start sewing.  Then I realized I could do both because Martha doesn’t require digital cable.  Ducky socks and Martha Stewart… Could this day get any better?


November 17, 2008. Tags: , , , , , , , , , . crafting life.


  1. Laura/LaRue replied:

    That whole getting dressed thing is a nice idea, but realistically, why bother to have to wash more laundry if you don’t have to? That’s my feeling. Plus, I get incredibly warm while sewing. Why put on something appropriate for outdoors when I am just going to be stripping down to a tank and shorts to sew 8 yards of upholstery fabric?

    However, especially considering my sewing table is in front of my window, nudity is RIGHT OUT.

  2. DK replied:

    Unless it’s the dead of summer and a sunny day, I’m almost always cold–hence the robe. But the laundry issue is pretty much my main deterrent. The longer I can put off laundry, the better.

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