Besides the love of sharing my adventures and experiences with SelfSagacity readers, I enjoy a little risk taking now and then. But what I am about to share is not something I would ever do if I knew then what I know now.
Years ago, during the last trimester of my pregnancy of my first child I drove to Reno in the snow with my sister. You could see that I was all front with my 39 weeks belly, but was almost the same everywhere else. I never needed any maternity clothes, and bought a lot of the plus size fashion.
It was a lot easier for me to choose, and find stylish outfits. I love the selections and the styles for variety. And because I was a workaholic, there was little time for shopping. I didn't want to bother with returns, and the plus size fashions gave me a lot of choices in clothes that would flatter my tummy, literally said flatter looking.
Even after 10, 12 hours of work, we still would have such enormous energies to go out and have dinner and do something fun. It was between Christmas and New Year holiday, and we had the next a few days off, so we grabbed our purses and hopped in the car. We drove in the snow without any snow chains and I don’t know how in the world we made it there and back without any problems. Now, because I know better, if I am going to drive in snow, I will be equipped with snow chains and tire chains. I wouldn't risk being stuck or stranded just because I wanted to be spontaneous.
Things I did when I was younger and more daring. It was a good thing I didn't know much otherwise I wouldn't have the guts to go anywhere being that close to the delivery date. I had guts of a lion and so naive that if something was to scare me, it had to have happened to me. But I wasn’t thinking much at that age, I was a doer, and I do more than I think. Now I think more than I do.
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