28 days of t-shirts

As part of my great attic shift, I went through all my clothes and moved them from one set of drawers to a new (smaller) set of drawers. One entire drawer is astonishingly full of nothing other than t-shirts with text on them. I like t-shirts quite a lot, especially funny ones. I have a personal schedule of wearing funny t-shirts every Friday, and often pack relevant t-shirts for trips. (Eg. a mountain t-shirt for a trip to the mountains.)

I curated my t-shirt set down to the ones I really liked, and was thinking about all the stories behind them. I have stories behind most things in my life (as you, beloved reader, are likely well aware). And I thought that it would be fun for the month of February to wear a different shirt every day, take a picture and share the picture and brief story with you!

So with no further ado – here’s today’s shirt:

Day 1: Red Google shirt

Color: Red
Fabric: Soft
Attribute: Long
Front Text: Google
Back Text: I make things

I got this t-shirt for participating in a Maker Fair at Google. Most people there brought electronics or robots (there was an amazing one-man-band). I brought jams and did a tasting, which was rather popular. I had a fun time talking about jam and foraging and got some good tips from my colleagues. And all the presenters got t-shirts.

I particularly like the softness of the fabric on this shirt, and the length. I chose to wear it today because there’s a call for people to wear red for women’s heart health. I wouldn’t usually go out of my way for something like this (I doubt effectiveness), but it was a way for me to overcome the paralysis of deciding *which* shirt to wear first

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Brenda currently lives in Stoneham MA, but grew up in Mineral WA. She is surrounded by men, with two sons, one husband and two boy cats. She plays trumpet at church, cans farmshare produce and works in software.

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