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It isn’t easy being (married to someone) green….

When I first met my husband, I thought maybe he was color blind. Either that, or he wore the same thing every day. Everything he wore seemed to be the same dark Army-green color. Eventually, I convinced him to branch out a bit and try some blue. After all, he has beautiful blue eyes! He then wore nothing but blue for the next 10 years or so, until recently, when he has been shaking things up a bit for the television appearances he’s done to promote his cookbook. (sweater vests! yellow! purple!) But when we had a yardsale this weekend, I realized just how much green clothing he still had. Here’s just a sampling of what I decided to keep:

So tell me, what would you do with this stack of green shirts? They include heavy fleece, knits and a few t-shirts. Surely they could be transformed into some kind of Christmas items?

1 comment to It isn’t easy being (married to someone) green….

  • Scarves, hats? Christmas trees? You can always add some color with decoration, appliques, etc. Lately I am always looking at things that could be warm accessories b/c it’s so cold here in Germany already. I have a stack of old t-shirts that I’ve been busy cutting up.

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