A Sweet Dream

This clothing set, it is exactly my style.

Except, I don’t own any of these items. I got the picture from pinterest.

So where did the universe go wrong, I ask? I want and need to have all this, so why don’t I own all this?

Maybe it has something to do with the fact that shopping is not my very favorite activity.

Which, in return, makes me completely convinced that the time has come for me to hire my personal shopper. I’d just show him/her the picture and he/she would appear again shortly holding all the items in his/her arms. All for me to enjoy. Aaah, the bliss.

*And then Petra woke up from her sweet dream, went into her kitchen, made some coffee and washed some dishes.*

The end.

I hope you liked the story.


And hey, would you like to have a personal shopper? Or is it the other way around and a day without shopping couldn’t be called a proper day for you? Ha? I’d really love to know…


5 thoughts on “A Sweet Dream

  1. 1
    zoomyummy says:

    Oh, your mom, lucky you!

    In fact, you are speaking from my soul. I have very similar feelings when it comes to shopping for clothes. See? You opened my eyes even wider – what we need is a personal tailor rather than a shopper. That would be a fairytale come true, right? 🙂

  2. 2
    Joy says:

    For many years I DID have my personal shopper. My mom. I actually trusted her judgment for many years on pickings items out for me. Now, not so much. I absolutely abhor shopping, ESPECIALLY clothes shopping. I mainly hold this resentment to the activity because it seems that everything I try on never fits right. The cuts are all wrong and the clothes are not made right (either that or my body isnt) so it gets very frustrating. Most of the time, out of this high level of frustration of not being able to find clothes that fit, I spend my money on accessories like purses and shoes and I begin to feel a lot better! 🙂

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    Adriana says:

    I can be yours personal shopper. I adore shopping. Cloths, shoes, bags, accessories…. I have great taste too!!! There is one problem only, no money to buy all those lovely things which are calling me from shop windows.

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    Carolyn says:

    I love the Sweet Dreams Article and the color coordination is marvelous. I don’t have a personal shopper nor do I go out shopping everyday :). I find that once I retired you kind of just accept the clothes you have in your closet and make the best of them. Thank God for casual crop jeans, pants and soft knit tops. My idea of comfort is more important these days than style.

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