Sunday, March 16, 2014

Still A Babe...in Chicago!



Yesterday at work I had a special assignment...guarding the fitting rooms in the Juniors Department!  We were expecting an onslaught of teens to try on prom dresses...yes, moms, it's that time of the year again!  I was ready with my "I'm the mom and you will not take in more than six items at a time" look!

We had a special guest who has exploded on the blog and You Tube scene with her fresh, perky and very uplifting attitude towards helping teenage girls learn to feel better about themselves.  Her name is Meredith Foster, and if you haven't heard of her, I would HIGHLY recommend that you google her and meet this wonderful young lady!  Meredith was the guest speaker at a fashion show being held to draw in customers to the department.  She delivered an extraordinary performance as she introduced the teen models (who, by the way, were all drop dead gorgeous with very little make-up and professional all the way).  She inserted her wonderful and quirky personality as she spoke, and conveyed her message, as well as ours, with perfection! After the show, she took pictures with teens and signed autographs, never losing her upbeat demeanor and beautiful smile!

Then....the fitting rooms began to fill...and I began my special assignment!  I loved it...and for the most part, everyone enjoyed themselves!  Oh, the dresses did flow, and I can safely say that the Juniors Department had a very good day!

I'm from cold and windy Chicago...welcome to my city!  Please stop by and say hello to Unknown Mami at Sundays In My City to see what's up with her friends around the world!


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 Thanks so much for stopping by today!  Have a great week!

7 comments:

Mrs4444 said...

It was probably more fun for you; those dresses can be expensive! Of course, I have no idea which store you're at--Kendall usually got her dresses at Macy's, which had very reasonable prices.

retired not tired said...

Glad I am past the Prom dress stage. Will get there when my granddaughters are ready. Glad you enjoyed yourself.

StarTraci said...

Prom season! How fun! I have happy memories of looking for dresses with my mom.
:-)
Traci

digitalpixelita said...

ah Prom... glad you are surviving.
xo

Unknown Mami said...

I'm going to go check out who this young lady is.

Linda O'Connell said...

What an exciting time for the young ladies, and what an honor. It is inspiring to read uplifting stories about young people who help others. I love your previous post, too.

friv 3 said...

It seems everyone has focused the attention on her, and it really attractive is not small.