The clothes are designed to be worn on a daily basis in the flood-hit world.
For the sake of comparison, a normal day can be spent in the office.
But the flood has made it impossible to wear a normal office chair for extended periods of time.
I wear a dress that I’ve been working on for a week and a half, a jacket that I purchased on sale from a thrift store for $20, and a sweater that I bought online for $25.
Each item is a reminder of what I have in my life and a way to show that I care about others.
I have a shirt that says “I Love Your Clothes” in bright red letters that I wear when I’m feeling down.
I also have a hat that says, “Love to you, love to your family,” and a hoodie that says on the back, “I’m not afraid to cry.”
I’ve also been working out.
After a recent workout, I took my clothes off and took a shower in the basement.
I don’t know what happened to the ones I had to wear.
I’m not sure how I survived, but it is the most practical way I can go.
The clothes have a purpose, but they also have their own stories and feelings.
I can’t wait to wear them for years to come.
A photo posted by Tammie (@tammiej) on May 19, 2018 at 9:26am PDT