T-shirt Bonanza

I flopped this mirror shot so you could read the shirt. Abby bought us each a souvenir from a trip to Baltimore and DC years ago, me a blue one and her a red one, but she recently gave me the red one because we both lost some weight and it now fits me.
I flopped this mirror shot so you could read the shirt. Abby bought us each a souvenir from a trip to Baltimore and DC years ago, me a blue one and her a red one, but she recently gave me the red one because we both lost some weight and it now fits me.
It's no secret that Abby and I love New Mexico, and our shirt collection shows it.
It’s no secret that Abby and I love New Mexico, and our shirt collection shows it.

Those who know my wife Abby and me personally might be aware that she and I have both lost some weight over the past couple of years. Neither of us was overweight, but as we get older, we are both cognizant of the benefits of staying at a healthy size and shape.

One amusing consequence of this is our clothes. We are both wearing smaller clothes now. I am, for example, able to wear large t-shirts in addition to extra large. Large t-shirts now fit me but don’t fit her, so I have inherited a new casual wardrobe.

"We got married right there," Abby bragged as she removed the tag from a Moab, Utah shirt she handed down to me. If you get married in a famous place, you can get lots of commemorative stuff with your wedding site on it.
“We got married right there,” Abby bragged as she removed the tag from a Moab, Utah shirt she handed down to me. If you get married in a famous place, you can get lots of commemorative stuff with your wedding site on it.

2 Comments

  1. I find t-shirt sizes to be inconsistent; some “larges” fit me but others don’t. Also, some will fit at first but then shrink while others don’t shrink. So I end up with some that stay too loose, others that fit me for 20 years, and several that transfer to my wife.

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