Thursday, January 29, 2009

Holey Nightgown Batman!

I worked an 11 hour day today, getting 1099's out to our subcontractors. I am tired.

My hubby was awesome and made dinner. Beans con Ham. (I will have a WHOLE other post on that another time) After eating, I wanted to get comfortable. Not sweats and a t-shirt comfortable, REEEEEALLLLY comfortable. My radar was set to my favorite nightgown. You know the one: it's probably older than your kids (if you have any), long, stretchy, a few stains, one or more holes, maybe even the seam(s) aren't even sewn anymore. That's the one. Mine has one more "feature"... The sleeves were too long and I "tailored" them. (if you call grabbing a pair of scissors in a blind fit of destruction, tailoring) They are now gloriously uneven. But, I am comfortable. REEEEEALLLLY comfortable.

What are your favorite jammies or comfy clothes?

5 comments:

Melinda said...

I have a pair of pajama pants that I made when I was 17, there's a HUGE hole in the crotch, and I usually like to wear a t-shirt I got from Girls' Camp (um, as a leader, not a youth!). Comfy!

R Max said...

My fav thing to wear is my warm, furry slippers. I even wear them to church.

Stacey Gray said...

I usually just put on pajama pants or shorts with a T-shirt (totally not matching though). I used to have some shirts like you were describing, but I finally got rid of them (don't know why). Congrats on making so much headway with your family history work-that is very exciting. Sorry that you can't go see the wrestling, a little while ago I wanted to go see Carrie Underwood at the Pan Am Center, but the tickets were 100 bucks per person-way too steep for me. But I was really bummed because I love Carrie Underwood, and am an avid American Idol watcher.

Lynn said...

I like to wear jammies to lounge around in, as early as possible and my jaguar fuzzy slippers...I buy long jammie nightshirts( I like T-shirt material) and colorful patterned bottoms. They aren't tattered or stained or ripped...just comfy, cozy and relaxing...

wendy said...

OOOOO- yes, comfortable is the way to go. Throw off the bra for sure. I have this gigantic t-shirt that goes all the way to my knees and sleeves hit the elbows (just the right length) I could live in that baby.

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