Yesterday was a dark, dark day.

13 May

… Yet I’m only starting to realise it now.

“But Simon!”, I hear you yell. “Yesterday was a gloriously sunny and really fucking hot day!”. You’re right about that one, but I’m not talking about the weather, buddy.

I got my first article of clothing size S. It’s a really nice brown check shirt, with white, black and yellow bits. I found it on sale in the Eager Beaver, in Temple Bar (across from Freebird Records). I tried on the medium size, but it was too big.

I researched the brand to see if it’s made in the USA. You know, cos American sizes are far baggier than ours. But no, it was made in the UK. I feel so small, literally. I don’t know exactly why, but I’m not feeling good about this. I didn’t think I was that… Petit.

It is not much more than a year ago that size L shirts were a bit tight on me. I’ve come so far since. People who haven’t seen me in a year probably wouldn’t recognise me.



3 Responses to “Yesterday was a dark, dark day.”

  1. Shane Keane May 13, 2012 at 6:51 pm #

    good for you mate 🙂

    • simonmernagh May 13, 2012 at 6:55 pm #

      I did not realise how small I actually am until yesterday. O_O

  2. Erin Faloon May 16, 2012 at 1:45 pm #

    waaaaaaaaap good on ya! good things come in small packages! ❤

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