Tuesday, November 30, 2010


Nope, didn't add an "i" where it shouldn't be - according to wikipedia -

The original paijama are loose, lightweight trousers fitted with drawstring waistbands and worn in South and West Asia by both sexes. Then from the Britain to America these wonderful, comfortable lounging clothes have made their way into our lives in a dominate way.  Today there are as many types of PJ's as there are kinds people.  And a "kind" of PJ can bring lend a certain personality to the wearer.

Myself - being in the "grandma" time of my life, well, I prefer the comfortable, warm, just-hangin'-out sort of PJ.  I do like to pick something that has a pretty print or color, but doesn't take away any of the comfyness of the PJ's.  Sometimes if the day is right and I just want to stay home and piddle around the house, sewing or reading or whatever.........then, I like to stay in my PJ's all day.  I still kinda fix my hair and brush my teeth so that i don't feel like a total SLUG.  It's kind of a treat to have a Pajama Day.  =+)

This blog post was brought to thought by a favorite quilting/sewing blog that I like to visit regularly called "Quilting in My Pyjamas"

Maybe you have already treated yourself to pajama days - maybe lots of them.  If not, ya otta try it someday.......

No comments: