Of course I’m fabulous haven’t you seen my uncle shirt, guy tee, unisex longsleeve tee
- 5.3 oz., pre-shrunk 100% cotton
- Ash is 99/1 cotton/polyester
- Double-needle stitched neckline, bottom hem and sleeves
- Seven-eighths inch seamless collar
- Shoulder-to-shoulder taping
Have a nice day with Of course I’m fabulous haven’t you seen my uncle shirt. The last four months has been an incredible shake down and everyone is talking about it. You will have either felt incredibly re-arranged by life and the Universe, and/or you may have passed through some real dark nights of the soul. But these shifts have been making way for new energy, new identity and a whole new chapter beginning this month that will continue until December.
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I’ve told this story before, but that was before many of you started following this page. And this is one of the most important stories I have to share about Pakistan. So stay with me for a moment. This dress has become a small symbol of the generosity I experience every day in Pakistan. And i hope Of course I’m fabulous haven’t you seen my uncle shirt. This is the story behind the photo. Before driving out for a day trip in Swat in July, I wanted to pop by a local shop in Kalam and buy a shawl. I thought it might look good in pictures. The driver stopped by a small shop owned by his relative. After rummaging in his wares, I finally found a purple shawl I liked. I asked for the price.
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He said the shawl belongs in a set with a dress. Of course, I didn’t need the dress. Just as I was about to walk out disappointed, the shopkeeper suggested I just borrow the whole set – dress and shawl – for the day. No need to buy it. I asked him about the rental price, but he insisted on giving it to me for free. After a lengthy back-and-forth, I thanked him profusely, took the dress and planned to pay him upon my return. Of course I’m fabulous haven’t you seen my uncle shirt is so good. At some point during the day, I put on the dress and we took a bunch of photos. Some local boys passing by in a jeep seemed to think I was a Pashtun girl. It was great fun twirling around in this beautiful frock with the mountains in the background.
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I was thankful when my parents finally talked to me about the problem. I was thankful that they never left me. They helped me stood up. Moving on is hard, but not impossible. My mom is always there to make me smile, my daughter gave me a reason to go on, my father, well as silent as he is, his presence by my side is enough. I was lucky because I have a very loving family, together with the support of my uncles, cousins and friends.