June 8, 2011
Sent via text to my style muse and BFF Leigha. More to come!
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I adore this dress!
Wow, you are looking thin! All hail Weight Watchers!
You are looking so skinny!
your waist is soooo tiny. good for you, girl.
I’m not sure if it’s the angle of the pic or not, but you look really, really skinny. Like too skinny! Hope you well!
You look great. Just great. Good for you, hot mama!
I know you’ve lost a ton of weight (Don’t get that dress. Not great), and you look great and all that, but you look…tired. I’m trying to be delicate here. I know you’ve said in the past that the time(s) you were the skinniest, you were the most unhappy (post 1st divorce).
Maybe it’s the stress of moving, or the ups and downs with Phil over the years, plus his and Lucas’ medical issues, now with the pre-schools and schools next year, add to the the career stress (I know you’ve been pitching several things for TV/Movies the last several years, kinda put book writing on hold, kinda lost inspiration and drive for that from your last few posts).
This isn’t something everyone has to deal with, although I’m sure there are people out there that are in similar positions and many who have it worse, but you just look worn. The last several pictures of you, you look skinny, but beat.
Dead on balls accurate. I was tired. Exhausted. So tired, in fact, that I left the house sans makeup, sans coverup, but as luck would have it, my garlic breath held up nicely. I was absolutely beat. But I went and braved the clearance crowds of Nordstrom’s Rack. There you have it. And for once, I can say this, I’m not thin and miserable. I’m NORMAL at 126 lbs. for a 5’4.5″ lady. Not skinny, not toned, and not in a rush to be either. I am less self conscious and don’t care that in the photos I’m about to post, I look terrible. Bad lighting, sure, but bad luggage, bad coloring, bad frizz hair, check and check check. Which leads me to this: ciao, I’m off to bed to get that much needed sleep, then off to take th kids to their first day of camp – which is basically the status quo at school.
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