#1 daughter and I went to lunch today. Yesterday I went to the movies with Janalisa. This is the other side of the coin that involves my working evenings and weekends.
In any case, #1 daughter and I were talking about frivolous stuff. She started the discussion by admitting that she likes some frivolous stuff: make up, clothes, things like that. If you know her, you will not be amazed, because she is a glamourpuss. But she doesn’t get to talk much about frivolous things, she says, because she doesn’t hang out with people like that.
In fact, even if we do hang out with people like that, they don’t talk about that stuff with us. My mother, who had four babies, never had a baby shower. Nobody thought she’d want one. She wasn’t that frivolous.
Now, if you read my blog, you know that I do like to talk about frivolous things. I write about knitting and underclothes and recipes and housework here. This is about it, though. I don’t actually talk about those things in person with humans. Just here with my OS (yes, Janalisa and I saw Her).
Anyway, we were talking about make up, #1 daughter and I. She said I should find an older woman whose style I like, a sort of grooming role model. She suggested Diane Keaton and Meryl Streep.
These seem like good suggestions.
Here’s #1 daughter’s role model for how to look when she gets older:
So do you have a grooming role model?