I’m almost certain a recent 2-day stint of video conferencing (that kept me sitting in my too-hot office for hours each day) gave me a yeast infection. Obvy, this is too high a price to pay to my profession; I shall be declining this bit of service work next year.
In other news, as The Watch That Ends the Night transitions to The Most Wonderful Time of the Year, I’m deeply relieved and totally exhausted. While there are other things on which to report – a conference, a summit with janey_em and kelly – as I’ve barely the energy to type, that stuff will have to wait.
For now, I offer the following boots and a dress/tunic purchased recently. I suspect the dress will become a regular in the on-campus-day-outfit rotation. The boots may be too casual for work. In these pic’s, I’m dressed for dinner and a party last weekend.
Spring’s not quite here; thus, the layers:
Under the jacket and scarf. I wore this to the conference minus the clutch and bracelet, plus a black t-shirt to fill the plunging V, and a pashmina-as-jacket:
Things that Give a Hot Feeling:
5. Spring (soon – please, let it be soon), and then summer.
4. Journals whose peer review process takes up to 12 months, but who then require article revisions to be turned around in 1-2 weeks.
3. My current crush, CBC Radio 2 host Julie Nesrallah. Every weekday morning, she speaks gently to me and plays me soul-reviving things.
2. When Facebook advertisements make very clear ad-makers have access to all my FB stuff.
1. The above-noted 2-day video conference. Yeesh.
Once again, it’s your turn StyleNation.
What things give you a hot feeling in either a good or bad way?