Wednesday, February 17, 2010

So hot


Dear Mom,

When I was at your house last Thursday, my feet were cold. I took some of your socks to wear and then I wore them home because my feet were still cold. And then I picked up Jack from school, went to the gas station and went to the store while wearing them. I looked so hot. I will bring your socks back next time I come over.

Love, Whitney

15 comments:

Jes said...

Too cute!

Sarah said...

I love argyle socks. I always wear them. Mostly because they are so sexy.

ec said...

awesome!

keely steger said...

I like that your toes look like hearts.

Emily said...

You can get away with any fashion statement when expecting!

Sparks said...

Socks with sandals?

Granola hick.

Hen Pecks said...

Proof positive you lived at The Ridge too long.

Ingrid said...

Niiiiiiiiiice!
~ingrid

Co Co said...

Love this!! Very cute! I can only imagine the looks you got and I bet you didn't care! It's all about comfort sometimes - or rather staying warm!

Jessica said...

Whoa ho ho! That's hilarious.

You do know it's cold in Utah, right? Why leave the house in open-toe shoes?

Haley said...

Holy hell, thanks for the laugh. I am still laughing.

Sparks said...

Jessica, you have lived in L.A. too long. When you live in the cold and you're fed up with it, you big spring to come by wearing whatever you want. I wear open-toed shoes and flip flops to yoga and the store and such. I just don't give a damn any more.

[Morgan] said...

ha ha ha.
nice.

jonas insists on wearing flip flops with socks everyday. i don't really feel like fighting every time we leave the house so i let him do it. ryan came home the other night and jonas was wearing shorts, a big coat, socks with flip flops and he had a back pack on.
and, all ryan said to me was "what, are we training jonas for BYU?"
ha ha ha ha ha.

pink makes you even hotter btw.

Jessica said...

I think you're right, Megan. I have lived here too long. Although, when I was living in Salt Lake I would wear flip flops in the wintertime when it snowed. I think I was immune to the cold.

heather said...

hahaha! OH whitney! that is what jerry seinfeld likes to call "ugly cold." it's when you're so cold, you don't care how ugly it is, you put is on to stay warm. i was "ugly cold" a lot in rexburg.