NONE of them!
I decided I just don't like color blocking -- at least, like those pictures.
I remembered an SFD blouse I made, and I used it instead.
I will put the outfit on tomorrow and take pictures.
Hopefully, I won't decide it looks like pajamas.
I spent way too much time on the blouse to wear it to bed!
Margaret and I went to dinner tonight at Applebee's.
Her eye that got walloped by an umbrella is looking much better. She told me she didn't like any of the color-blocked blouses. She said it looked like I ran out of fabric. I'm so glad I changed directions on that project.
I'll show you tomorrow.
ANDDDDDDDDDDDD, I have another question, my friends:
WHY didn't someone tell me that dogs -- like children -- get hyperactive and uncontrollable when they stay up past their bedtime???????????
Jackie is usually sound asleep in her "bed" -- which is currently the Laundry Room with a gate at the doorway -- by 8:00. When I got home from dinner with Margaret, and Jackie had been in her "bed" while we were out, I ASSUMED she had taken a nap.
She was fine, at first. She wanted outside -- then inside -- then outside -- then inside -- then outside.
Finally, I just left her out there for about 30 minutes. It got dark, and I let her in.
She was MAJORLY hyperactive. She could not be still for a second. I reached for her, and she would bolt and run around and around the rooms of this house in circles. She would fly by me going 100 miles an hour. I would reach for her while hollering SIT - STAY - DOWN - STOP and she would just keep going -- around and around she ran -- kitchen to den to living room to hallway to kitchen -- over and over.
She looked like a black whirlwind going by. I was a little scared. I thought I might not be able to calm her down. I was praying she didn't run into me. She is big enough now to knock me over going that fast!
THEN I got the bright idea -- thankfully, before she destroyed the whole house -- to shake her box of treats and call her. She came. I still couldn't hold her, but she followed the treat into her bedroom and I put the gate up real quick. She huffed and she puffed, and she ate her treat. In less than a minute, she was out cold on the floor. She's been asleep ever since.
BUT, I'm tired now. I certainly am not going to run circles because I AM TIRED, so what is with the dog?!
Back tomorrow. I'll show you my froggy blouse with crops, and a much calmer dog.