But the rain eased up, and stopped for the cruise. I ended up chaperoning the new ashley from bethel #9, she's pretty dang awesome. Then I tried to dance, but it was hip-hop all night long, and I'm still not used to the corset. So I spent the rest of the night on the deck watching the water go by. I only had to tell some girls to behave when there wasa camera throwing cat fight incident. A girl threw her camera at a girls face, and the camera disappeared down some tube in the boat.
I'm still in shock about spending all that money on a corset. I've been drooling at them for a few years now, and been seriously looking online for about a month. I can picture a zillion outfits in it too. It just seems so frivoulous. Looking good, be it polished or just having clothes that fit properly costs a bit more. This is a large part of the reason that I want to learn how to sew. Fringe goth clothes are just as expensive as brand name snob threads. I'd like to be able to tailor fit reasonably priced durable items to feel a bit prettier. Maybe it's because I don't fit in the children's section anymore, and I've out grown most of my wardrobe, maybe it's because I want a little more glam in my life.