I’m wearing pants and it’s okay! That may not sound like a big deal for most people but I haven’t been able to wear pants comfortably since I had that enormous tumour removed in January. I refuse to wear dresses except maybe in ritual so as far as I’m concerned magical wear does not count and you can’t wear it to work.
What I have been wearing is leggings. I still can’t bear to have anything tight around my middle and the two times I tried to wear my jeans to work I was miserable. Sooo, I have been wearing LL Bean leggings which are thick enough that you can’t see through them and sturdy enough to stand wearing frequently since most leggings don’t. This meant I had to stick to tops that could go over the leggings and cover my butt and look work appropriate so I’ve been wearing very loose flowy long rayon tops that cover my derriere that I got on Amazon, the tops that is not my derriere. It is not available on Amazon. The other lesbian in the department has been giving me shit about the leggings, at least once a week I’d get, “When are you going to wear pants?” I think the leggings just weren’t dykey enough for her.
I saw in the LL Bean catalog that they had pants for fall that are like the leggings and I got a pair as well as a long vest so I could wear shorter tops with the pants because tucking shirts in stretchy pants would just look weird.
So the first think I got asked this morning by a co-worker was “Do you have an interview?” which I guess translates to “You look nice, Why?”
Since I’m wearing a white t shirt over black pants and a long black vest, I thought someone would think I was dressing like Han Solo.
BUT THE BEST PART IS!!!!! I have POCKETS again! I’ve missed having pockets sooooo much. The worst thing about women’s clothes is the lack of pockets if only because sometimes you just need to put your hands in your pants pockets and when you can’t you can feel so naked. Healing is good!
With You – Pippin John Rubenstein
Corner of the Sky – Pippin
All over the World – Deidre McCalla
America the Beautiful – Limelighters
Annie’s Song – John Denver
Anthem – Jonathan Livingston Seagull
The Ashgrove – Blackmore’s Night
Aurora – John McCutcheon
Autumn to May – Peter, Paul and Mary
Bad Day – Daniel Powter
Be – Neil Diamond
Be Thou My Vision – Craig Duncan
Beggars to God – Lisa Theriot
Bu Thus A Mo Shuile – Maire Brennan
Both Sides Now – Judy Collins
Catch Another Butterfly – John Denver
Dance ‘til the Rain Begins – Laura Power
Deep Peace – Libana
Deep Peace – Bill Douglas
Samain – Steel Eye Span
Sisters of the Wind – Laura Powers
Song for Judith – Judy Collins
Sure as the Wind – Libana
Tender Shepherd – John McCutcheon
Thanksgiving Ever – Sally Rogers
This is my Father’s World – Craig Duncan
Turn, Turn, Turn – the Byrds
We are not alone – John McCutcheon
We Gather Together – Craig Duncan
You’ll be in my heart – Kenny Loggins
All Soul’s Night – Lorena Mc Kennit
Sanctify the Earth – Circle of Songs
For the Beauty of the Earth – Craig Duncan
Geantrai? – UCD Choral Singers