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We've gone through a bit of a cold front here in north Texas these past two weeks or so. (Oh, what is that you say? You got 3 feet of snow where you live? I still stand by the fact that you should just move to Texas already. Cold weather wimps are welcome here. We have everything you need, too and everyone rides to work on a horse. Promise.) It's not that I mind cold weather, (I do, though. I hate it. I should just move to Florida, but the horse thing is hard to move past. It's a bonus.) it's just that once your brain changes to a season, you want it to be that season. Especially in Texas because for just a small amount of time it's just above freezing and just below boiling. I want it to always be spring. Spring is the best time of the year; you get to wear dresses with light jackets and sit out on patios without sweating. What can I say? I'm a simple woman with simple needs.
Also, I'm obsessed with this blazer. I know I've only worn it twice on the blog but I think I've worn it 7 or 8 times since buying it a few weeks ago. I used to feel bad about my blazer obsession but now I'm okay with it. Out of all the things to be obsessed about, I feel like blazers are benign. I mean, any obsession that makes you always look ready for a job interview is always a safe choice.