All the things I want and buy are influenced by what magazines, television, and other advertisers tell me I need to want and buy. They can be a statement, a style, or a definition of who you are. I never questioned how I looked, but I liked to dress up.In middle school, I became more concerned with my appearance, like most girls.
You could call me a shop-a-holic, as most of my friends do, but I call myself a lover of fashion.
Sitting in my room, I look in my closet at all my belongings and wonder what else I want to buy.
'Well, the jeans don’t fit me any more so they’re yours and welcome and I never was desperate fond of that top so you can have it, but those earrings were a present from my husband, so I’ll be having them back.' 'It is irons and ironing boards and piles of clothes waiting to be smoothed, socks and pegs and damp sheets waiting for a break in the Belfast drizzle for the line ...
It’s pots and pans and steam and the kettle always hot for tea.' – Scene One.
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