Decision Making: Traditional Nails It
I have invited several friends over for a Christmas lunch. I am having a terrible time coming up with a menu and what clothing to wear. The same exercise I use to select the right fashion I tend to use for making a meal. I tend to go over my complete food and garment inventory in my head. I seem to review the items over and over again. In fact I really know what I wanted but I couldn’t commit to something until I have approval from my “inner stress”. Crazy! I know. I have replaced the roasted duck with fresh grill fish. For starters I am making pumpkin curry soup. Each guest will have their own small pumpkin with hot soup inside. Then grilled fish in garlic sauce over yellow rice with almonds. Finally, baked apple pie with cheddar chez melted on top. Now that I got that settled; its time to use this method of decision making on my Christmas outfit. (Go over the complete clothing inventory 20 million times until I realize I have been repeating the same shirt and jacket for the last 10 million times. HA!) I am wearing my annual white lace short top with my red velvet short jacket with my Mother’s gold evergreen tree pendant. Why change a clothing tradition?!