Monday, September 13, 2010

In The Fashionista's Closet: Black y Rosado

Sorry about my background today, I had to take my pics in the classroom because I have to leave immediately after la escuela to go to my second trabajo today. No I didn't get one of the kids to take my pics, I set up my tripod while the kids were at lunch.

At my second job (I can't even call it part time because I feel as though I am working there just as much as I am at school) there is a guy that I'll call Reggie who is all things fabulous and funny. Reggie is irreverent and hilarious and will put you in your place whether you need it or not and everyone loves him, customers and co-workers alike. Reggie has these sayings at work that I'll call Reggie-isms that no one else can say or get away with.

Reggie peppers his conversations with "Lawd hammercy", "the ram in the bush"  and various things that the (Holy) Spirit told him (not to come to work that day and where the alterations person is) and when I asked him what church he attends he promptly replied "Bedside Baptist on Pillowrest Road."


And THAT is your Reggie-ism for today.

I used my bilingual-ness in my post today to show you how I talk to the ninos a la escuela. SPANGLISH!



God's Favorite Shoes! said...

I can't deal with your spanglish or your Reggie-isms.

I see you fancy huh? Yet another "thrifted" shirtdress. You keep sliding these shirtdresses in and I WILL EXPOSE YOUR THRIFTING SPOT BY NAME! DARE ME JUANETTE! DARE ME!

Anonymous said...

You ladies are cracking me up! Can a sistah in the deep South get a hook up on a shirt dress? Love the belt! Oh and the Reggieisms! Oh and I teach ESOL students so you know I can relate to the spanglish!

The Style Glossary said...

I love all of your pretty dresses! And again with the pop of color with the shoes. . . LUV! :)

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