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I am a full believer that how you present yourself physically is a
reflection of who you are and how you feel about yourself. I dress the
way I dress and I apply my make up because it makes me feel good. I also
dressed the way I dressed and applied my make up because I thought that
was what Kevin liked, too. I do ultimately dress myself FOR myself but I
have to say I do like dressing for my man, too. There is no man on this
planet that I care about looking good for BUT Kevin. His opinion is now
and will always be #1 for me. Now don't get me wrong, I'm all for women
being their own women and doing what they want and feel, but there is
just something about "customizing" myself for Kev that... well... turns
me on. Isn't that the way it should be anyway?

Anyway, I'm in the works of some upcoming tee shirt reviews and I
started thinking about some observations I had made in the last couple
of months in particular. I realized that I put so much effort into my
appearance- hair styled, make up on, nails polished, form fitting (but
appropriate) clothes... and then I noticed that he seems the most
turned on himself when I'm barefoot, bare faced, and wearing nothing
but a tee shirt and jeans and my usually styled hair pulled back in a
ponytail because I was staying indoors that day and I didn't even feel
like brushing it, never mind style it...

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