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The Oscars

The Oscars are upon us. Happening tonight.
I usually watch the Red Carpet to see what everyone is wearing, but it often makes me think about at one time I wanted to be a costume designer.  I have always liked making things and thought it would be easy. I have made several Halloween costumes over the years.

Pretty simple and very classy. I could design costumes for movies, right..
This classic would surely win me many Oscars. I am sure I would get many votes for this interpretation of a Court Jester.
Of course these are from about 25 years ago, when life was much simpler.. Now I don' think I would be able to complete with other designers.. Oh well I better find something else that I am better at..

Enjoy,
Janet


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