I've worn it to several funerals since and can't bring myself to wear it to any other occasion, touched by death as it has been. After making an appearance at my friends wedding, the dress became set apart for a different purpose. In this sense, it is like Victorian mourning clothing, which was always set aside for the specific purpose of mourning no little black dresses doing double duty for a cocktail party and a wake, but enormous black crepe dresses worn every day for years until the mourning period was over, or until full mourning lapsed into half mourning with its gentler rules of apparel . I had reason to wonder about this again when I was cleaning out my closet last month. On the top shelf I keep a small box with bathing suits and other items of clothing I ชุดนอนซีทรู ราคาถูก use infrequently. Removing the lid, I lifted up the gray sweater I had worn to the doctor's office in August. "It zips up the back!" I had told my husband when he questioned whether I really needed another gray sweater. "I can undo it as my belly gets bigger!" Id tried to demonstrate how the zipper would allow room for my stomach to grow, but it got stuck about one inch from the bottom. I pantomimed a pregnant belly larger than my growing bump. "Maternity!" I yelled, giant grin on my face. My penchant for gray sweaters would have to be indulged as long as my body was changing.
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An estimated 200 tonnes of rubble fell on to the line when a wall collapsed just outside Liverpool Lime Street station at 17:45 GMT on Tuesday. Northern Rail ชุดนอนเซ็กซี่ ขายส่ง confirmed the driver of its Manchester Airport to Liverpool service hit the emergency brake after a red signal was triggered. "It was seconds from disaster," said RMT regional organiser John Tilley. "If it had hit the debris, then it would have derailed and there would have been fatalities. "The only saving grace would have been that it was [only] travelling at 50mph. "The debris coming down triggered the sensors [on the overhead lines] which thought that a train was on the line so the signal went red. "Thankfully the train was just the right side of the signal otherwise it would have been a different story." Image copyright Network Rail Image caption The wall collapsed on to tracks between Lime Street and Edge Hill Image copyright Network Rail The 16:40 Northern service from Manchester Airport had to be evacuated, as did another Northern train from Wigan which was behind it. A Virgin Trains service going to London Euston, which had just left Liverpool just after 18:00, also had to be halted. A Northern spokesman said: "We are aware of two of our trains being caught up in the wall collapse.