The Blog Formerly Known As Practical Paralegalism
If ever a shirt came close to being a Spidey suit, it has to be this Foxcroft non-iron fitted gingham (light beige) shirt I thrifted for about $4 after a 50% off discount.
I’ve had “non-iron” shirts before, and have some now, most from Banana Republic or Gap, and while I like them a lot, they can more accurately be described as “need a li’l ironin'” shirts.
Not this Foxcroft shirt. This wonder fabric comes out of the dryer looking dry-cleaned, nary a wrinkle in sight.
I dunno why its previous owner parted with such a wondrous article of clothing, but I’ll never give it up.
I felt a little like a superhero today, going to that Social Security disability hearing I was preparing for on Monday, seeing my superhero supervising attorney Helen Parsonage in action, and experiencing the successful outcome of all that teamwork right there and then.
|I had to hike a few city blocks in these shoes, but they are comfortable.|
I’m not going to tell you there aren’t some seriously stress-inducing days in a fast-paced civil rights practice, but today, we got hugs. We made a huge difference in someone’s life.
That’s the kind of day that a real non-iron superhero shirt is made for.
Do you have an article of clothing in your closet that makes you feel like a superhero?