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the kinder nap diaries – so many styles, so little sleep.

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the downward-facing up on the wall and on your head style

(includes the mysterious vanishing sheets technique)

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the get inside of your sheets and try to camouflage yourself in them

while you creep across the floor and think no one will notice style

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the fall asleep by accident in spite of yourself

and all of your best efforts to not to style,

while wrapped up in a sweaty and twisted cocoon

made of your own body and bedding.


“life is something to do when you can’t get to sleep.”

-fran lebowitz

style.

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ran into these two happy chaps who arrived at the stadium in style.

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oh, and there was a pretty good game going on inside, too.

university of michigan beat penn state

go blue!

“fashion is about dressing according to what’s fashionable.

style is more about being yourself.”

-oscar de la renta

organization.

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to do list – style a:

play with the ponies 1.

pack the cars. 2.

go to bed 3.

get in the car to go on vacation 4.

do fun things 5. 

a major contrast in approaches

both with the same desired outcome

two grandies

each with their own

style of list

and

way of getting ready 

and

organizing things

to go on a trip.

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to do list – style b:

(loose translation):

‘go around and around in a twisty circle and get some stuff done

and not some other stuff and then hide for a while

and eat something you find outside

and then get in the car to go on vacation and do fun things.’

(i am more of a ‘b-list style’ of organizer. what about you – a or b?)

“the process and organization leading up to cooking the egg

can tell you a lot about the cook.”

-david chang

fashion is not about clothes, it is about a look. – carine roitfeld

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they say

clothes don’t make the man

but

a fashion-forward rotweiller

on a gray, rainy day

strolling among the humans

to raise money

for

type 1 diabetes research

in her ballet-soft tutu

sure shows some

style and class.

age and size are only numbers.

it’s the attitude you bring to clothes

that makes the difference.

-donna karan

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