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Had a hard time getting motivated to get out to the park this morning but I finally got my act together enough to put the show on the road.
I would rather leave the house buck naked than go out without make-up (I'm 50, blonde and single)so Francis mopes around the bathroom while I slap on a little war paint. Of course, while performing this arduous task the phone rang which exasperated Franny even more (flat basset time) so when I hung up I grabbed my keys and leash and we dashed over to the park. It's a gorgeous day and the park was packed and a bunch of us walked around chatting and drinking coffee. Everyone was polite and well-mannered and after an hour we left so I could go to the bathroom.
I caught a glimpse of myself in the mirror as I was walking into my bathroom and I almost fainted. I had neglected to blend the foundation and I had one very noticeable beige blob on my nose and one on each cheek. One whole hour with a bunch of people and not one person uttered a sound about my new resemblance to Bozo the Clown. Those people sure are polite.
 
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That's soooo funny! (or not). Once I went to the doctor and everyone was looking at me funny. It wasn't until I saw myself in the mirror did I notice that I had make up on one eye and not the other.

This was a long time ago because I haven't worn eye makeup in so long I can't even remember.

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I don't know if polite is the word I would use on them. You would think that one person would be able to tell you. They must have been way too busy admiring Francis and not really looking at you.

Maybe you should try the "buck naked" instead of the makeup when you go out the door and you might no longer be single. (JUST KIDDING) Please don't have me kicked out of the forum.

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People WON'T tell you stuff like that. LOL Maybe they were afraid you'd done it that way on purpose and didn't want to offend you by saying it needed a bit more work? Someone at work once told me, after I'd been walking around like that for several minutes, that my skirt was stuck into my pantyhose. I don't wear skirts to work anymore. LOL
 

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LOL....I love all this embarrasing moments.
I guess we are as silly as our hounds! :D
 

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I once took the dogs on a longish walk and met several neighbors along the way - when we got home I shed my jacket and discovered a pair of my husband's boxers stuck to the back with static cling. I KNOW all those people saw me walk away, too. :D :D
 
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