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Gabby came out purple and limp. Doctors stabilised her in the neonatal intensive care unit and then began a battery of tests. Within days the Williamses knew their new baby had lost the genetic lottery. Her brain s frontal lobe was smooth, lacking the folds and grooves that allow neurons to pack in tightly. Her optic nerve, which runs between the eyes and the brain, was atrophied, which would probably leave her blind. She had two heart defects. Her tiny fists couldn t be pried open. She had a cleft palate and an abnormal swallowing reflex, which meant she had to be fed through a tube in her nose. They started trying to prepare us that she probably wouldn t come home with us, John says. Their family priest came by to baptise her.  

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My electric bill is $480 every 90 days. Yes, using the dryer is expensive so we don t use it much. We use it for the sock/jocks and big towls, everything else is line-dried inside. (Clothes-munching dog outside.)

Rob Yes. But the meaning of clothes goes far deeper than what you should or shouldn't wear in the workplace, Will. It can really influence what people think of us. Now, rightly or wrongly, they can make snap judgements - or quick decisions - about us.  

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Yup, I am with Chris. Our HOA specifically bans hanging laundry, even in the backyard where it can t be seen! Besides, I also don t like the stiffness of line-dried clothing, and it would be my luck that I would forget it outside and some animal would do something horrible to it.

I didn t even know Northface EXISTED until I went to a certain baby ivy school . It still amazes me as to why its so popular. White people LOVE being unique, but they all end up being the same

A little TLC helps our clothes look good and last longer - from finding time to 'have-a-go' at getting out a stain to following the washing instructions on the label.

 
I WANT A MILLION DOLLARS!!! Can one million RICH WHITE PEOPLE send me one dollar apiece, puh-lease????  

I absolutely love it! Stereotypes are fantastic. I often wonder if this blog is written by someone living in Evanston, IL. I really look forward to reading it. Keep it up.

Keeping only the clothes that give me a spark of joy has allowed me to relinquish items that I've been keeping out of one kind of guilt or another —that I bought something and never really wore it, because someone else gave it to me, or because it's wasteful to get rid of something that's perfectly 'good.'

I love the soft feel of clothes that come out of the dryer. I also love the fresh smell of line dried clothes. What I do is hang the clothes to dry, then pop them in the dryer for about 10 minutes with a damp wash cloth/towel to soften them. This saves electricity also since I have an electric dryer.

This is very true. However being a person from the mountains in the west and now living in the city on the east. I don t feel as foolish wearing my ski jacket and hat when people are using umbrellas to cover themselves from the snow that never even sticks to the ground. You can spot the posers, but then again maybe I look foolish to them. But I still don t have to carry an umbrealla around wherever I go. FACE!

 
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I love outdoorsy people who think that nobody else could possibly be outdoorsy and thus should not be wearing outdoor gear. The worst culprits of this are people who work inside at gear shops and have superiority complexes

That side twisty ponytail definitely needs a tutorial to go with it are you listening, Namrata Soni ?

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Thank you for all the useful info on sewing. I want to make my own clothes and I feel that I am capable, now that I have received great info from your blog. Thanks for sharing

 
A big advantage of making your own clothes is that you can choose from some amazing (and novelty) fabrics - including ones which you can use to pay homage to your favourite movie/tv program/actor etc - in fact you'll find kid's duvet covers are a great source of weird and wonderful fabrics!  

The highest-quality clothing made in Italy specifically to provide the best performance possible, the Flanders range might be just for you! You will feel comfortable thanks to a sizeable chamois pad and the breathable fabrics. Only 39.99 Was 69.99 42% off Save 30.00 Found in: Clothing Clothes Leggings Tights and Shorts More info Clearance Planet X Classico Bib Short A retro-looking set of Bib Shorts made of the best and most modern fabrics in Italy. It has been designed and tested in racing conditions during long cycling seasons to ensure the best quality and performance possible. Only 39.99 Was 55.99 28% off Save 16.00 Found in: Clothing Clothes Leggings Tights and Shorts More info Clearance Planet X Compression Calf Guard Lower calf compression guard to help increase blood flow during a race and to aid recovery after heavy training. Not bad for cold day or injured legs either.

Cricket is the leading independent-clothing boutique based in Liverpool specialising in high-end designer womenswear. Log on to find offerings from the likes of Isabel Marant, Lanvin and Chloe.

The webbing clothes moth is the most common fabric moth. The adult is gold with reddish-golden hairs on the top of its head. A row of golden hairs fringes its wings, which have a span of about 1/2 inch. Because these moths are weak flyers that aren't attracted to lights, you'll usually find them close to the infested items, such as in a dark area of the closet.

You see a lot of people here in the Denver/Boulder area wearing this type of clothing including myself but a lot of people out here actually do outdoor activities not just talk about it.

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A further page of Louis Jean-Baptiste Igout’s reference photographs for artists, published between 1870 and 1880 by A. Calavas as an affordable and convenient alternative to life models, and especially useful for amateur artists working at home.

A further page of Louis Jean-Baptiste Igout’s reference photographs for artists, published between 1870 and 1880 by A. Calavas as an affordable and convenient alternative to life models, and especially useful for amateur artists working at home.

Another full page of anatomical reference nudes, posed by anoymous artists’ models, photographed in the studio of Louis Jean-Baptiste Igout, and published by A. Calavas, between 1870 and 1880.

Another full page of anatomical reference nudes, posed by anoymous artists’ models, photographed in the studio of Louis Jean-Baptiste Igout, and published by A. Calavas, between 1870 and 1880.

As with so many of these 19th century artists’ reference photographs, this picture has an enduring beauty all of its own - a handsome man immortalised in his prime, posing with great dignity and grace; he remains every bit as captivating to look upon...

As with so many of these 19th century artists’ reference photographs, this picture has an enduring beauty all of its own - a handsome man immortalised in his prime, posing with great dignity and grace; he remains every bit as captivating to look upon today, as in the era which he lived.

It has been a while since I added to the 1855 set of Delacroix’s reference photographs, taken by Jean Louis Marie Eugène Durieu. These early images appear dark and hazy, due to the limits of photographic technology of the time, but all the more...

It has been a while since I added to the 1855 set of Delacroix’s reference photographs, taken by Jean Louis Marie Eugène Durieu. These early images appear dark and hazy, due to the limits of photographic technology of the time, but all the more appealing for it.

An impressive display of strength and balance, here, as this muscular man performs a handstand for the camera - not the first time I’ve shared shots of this uncommon but immediately eye-catching inverted pose.

An impressive display of strength and balance, here, as this muscular man performs a handstand for the camera - not the first time I’ve shared shots of this uncommon but immediately eye-catching inverted pose.

Another particularly striking artist’s reference photograph from Jacques de Lalaing; do take a moment to view this full size, it is surely worth a few seconds of your day!

Another particularly striking artist’s reference photograph from Jacques de Lalaing; do take a moment to view this full size, it is surely worth a few seconds of your day!

An admirably well-made artist’s model, here, his pose duplicated in the two sculptures behind him. Though the unlucky chap has lost his head in this particular shot, another exists from the same studio in which we can see his face.

An admirably well-made artist’s model, here, his pose duplicated in the two sculptures behind him. Though the unlucky chap has lost his head in this particular shot, another exists from the same studio in which we can see his face.

An additional shot from the sequence posted here, these 1880 photographs look remarkably modern, the creative and dramatic poses lifting them above mere run-of-the-mill anatomical studies.

An additional shot from the sequence posted here, these 1880 photographs look remarkably modern, the creative and dramatic poses lifting them above mere run-of-the-mill anatomical studies.

Part of a set of photographs taken in the final years of the 19th century by the French army, studies of male anatomy and motion to help soldiers and officers better understand the human body and the physical tasks it must perform in such an...

Part of a set of photographs taken in the final years of the 19th century by the French army, studies of male anatomy and motion to help soldiers and officers better understand the human body and the physical tasks it must perform in such an occupation.

A soft and serene photograph by Thomas Eakins, circa 1884, taken as anatomical reference for his artistic work, but with a simple and undeniable beauty in its own right.

A soft and serene photograph by Thomas Eakins, circa 1884, taken as anatomical reference for his artistic work, but with a simple and undeniable beauty in its own right.

Latest in my occasional series of animated Muybridge; another sporting pursuit performed nude for anatomical reference, this time a man throwing a baseball.

Latest in my occasional series of animated Muybridge; another sporting pursuit performed nude for anatomical reference, this time a man throwing a baseball.

A reference photograph taken in the studio of French sculptor Pierre-Charles Simart, in 1856, just a year before he died.

A reference photograph taken in the studio of French sculptor Pierre-Charles Simart, in 1856, just a year before he died. 

One of Thomas Eakins’ 1883 anatomical reference photographs, streaked across with jagged marks; I am glad it was kept despite the damage.

One of Thomas Eakins’ 1883 anatomical reference photographs, streaked across with jagged marks; I am glad it was kept despite the damage.

Published in 1904/1905 as an aid to artists wishing to better understand and capture the human figure in their work, these reference photographs have been made that little bit more modest by the addition of white wispy ‘fabric’, carefully added by...

Published in 1904/1905 as an aid to artists wishing to better understand and capture the human figure in their work, these reference photographs have been made that little bit more modest by the addition of white wispy ‘fabric’, carefully added by hand to the master copy before printing. From L’Étude Academique by A. Vignola, Paris.

Seven photographs of George Reynolds, 1883, by Thomas Eakins (third from the right is my own favourite in the set)

Seven photographs of George Reynolds, 1883, by Thomas Eakins (third from the right is my own favourite in the set)