Day 2: But what to do with my butt??

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(Not my butt. I wish.)

Day 1 was a snow day (oh, wimpy Americans! For the first time, my Canadian “hardiness” is apparent to me!), and Day 2 begins with a real dilemma. What should I wear? Oh yes, this is the dilemma of spoiled girls across the globe, but today the problem does not present itself as it usually does.

I start my day by looking at my 3 pairs of jeans in circulation. The first has a pretty smattering of rhinestones filling in the horseshoes on the butt pockets; the second bears a number and a claim that they’re for all mankind, although really, how much of mankind can afford them??; the third is a plain, mommish pair from Old Navy that cost $20. It is LL’s first day of school, a private Jewish day school that I can’t actually afford.

It’s probably obnoxious to request financial aid and then show up in jeans that retail for about $250.

What do you think?

 

Readers, I’ll confess: Shame got the better of me. I went with the Old Navys.

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  1. Pingback: Magic Money Part III: Conclusion « The Poor Princess Diaries

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