1. The wackadoodle shirt (i.e. the first one in the last post) is a truly beautiful shirt. I love it. But the colors don't work with my navy suit. (Still not sure it's interview-friendly, but now I don't have to decide.)
2. The third shirt in the post below sold out before I got one (but I ended up seeing it in the store in another size and it looks less nice in person, so that's fine).
3. The linked, fourth shirt is still en route (man, UPS is sloooowwwww. The first 2 shirts got here from England before that one's made it from Indiana).
4. I really, really, really like the second shirt with my navy suit, and think it looks interview-appropriately formal and tasteful (first, it's actually chiffon, so a more formal fabric, and second, most of it's hidden under the jacket. Which is good as I'm not wild about the sleeves, but would really only ever wear it under something, cause that's the way I roll). However,
5. I would prefer to wear gray shoes with the top, and I don't have any. And,
6. I took my fattest-weight black suit to be altered today because I can't decide between black and navy. So "goes with navy" tops might be right out, anyway.
7. What this really means is I'm assembling two entirely alternate universes of suits, tops, shoes, and bags. These universes keep expanding. (For one thing, I found out I'll be staying overnight, so that complicates things sartorially and luggagely.)
(8. I might have ordered a gray suit out of pure curiosity about whether it would work on me and perhaps provide an alternate to the black/navy dilemma. Shhhhh. Let's pretend this never happened. Until it shows up in my mailbox.)
9. For something ENTIRELY different: does anyone have any suggestions for stretches etc. that would help a tight knee? I started running more (that is, more than not at all), but on Sunday my right knee started feeling tight and today it was worse. It really doesn't hurt - it just literally feels tight, kind of like it's just a little out of alignment and something's pulling on it - almost torquing it like twisting a rubber band. It still doesn't hurt, but feels like if I keep running on it it will pop, or the rubber band will snap? Or at least it will lock up? I can't even really identify where this feeling is, to work on it - maybe just above my knee in the front, and stretching my quad seems to help more than stretching my hamstring (which actually feels a wee bit hyperextended?). But for all I know it's transferred from somewhere else in my body, like my hip or ankle is the issue and my knee just the innocent bystander caught in the crossfire. Anyone have any ideas about this?
Okay. End of highly self-absorbed post! Someday I may actually address something other than myself here. But today is not that day.