My Prairie Dress: The Deer and Doe Sureau Dress


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There’s been a lot of talk about personal style and capsule wardrobes in the last few years. But is seems like most of us are still floundering around, trying to find our personal style, and feeling quite defeated in the end when most of our wardrobe feels dull, uninspired, uncomfortable, or contrived. That’s me! I probably fall into the “dull” category most of the time, with my plain tees and skinny jeans. About the only interesting thing I normally wear are my cowgirl boots. And cowgirl boots have been an integral part of my wardrobe for….about thirteen years. I just love them. So, this got me thinking. Maybe the fact that I like cowgirl boots so much could help me find my “personal style”. Maybe they could be the inspiration or the starting point. Make things that go with my boots and I will probably wear them!

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About Jonathan Caswell

Mr. Caswell has been composing poetry at least since High School. He has been on WORD PRESS for ten years and contributes to two other blogs beside this one. This blog has a Christian emphasis but all bloggers are welcome. Mr. Caswell chooses to---with permission--re[post material of interest

4 thoughts on “My Prairie Dress: The Deer and Doe Sureau Dress

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    Didier Casane tempère : “L’hybridation ne remet pas en cause notre représentation de l’évolution. Il existe bien des éclatements définitifs de branches phylogénétiques à la grande échelle évolutive. Mais si on regardait l’une d’entre elle plus près, on observerait des trous, des bifurcations, comme pour les branches d’un arbre.” Représenter l’évolution ne revient donc pas à choisir entre des mailles de tricot et des branches d’arbre. Mais simplement à changer de zoom.



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