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Saturday, April 20, 2013

My brain needs a nice, long break...

...so I shall give in to it. After all, a brain is a terrible thing to ignore.

I'm sitting here in Florida and it's a hazy, overcast day. Rain is expected and the weather report is calling for a high of 73. I can live with that. I'm wearing capri's and a t-shirt that says, "More Fun To Munch". It also has a Nestle's Crunch bar on it. My socks are hanging around my ankles and I'm relatively comfy. I don't know why I mentioned that but there you have it...my attire for the day.

I've had some interesting t-shirts over my life. I don't know what happened to some of them but I know my ex trashed my box-o-concert tees. That was devastating. I had a LOT of great concerts represented in that box. Not to mention my bootleg t-shirts. Those alone were worth keeping. Concert tees are the only shirts I wear in public that make a statement. I try not to walk around with too many dumb things written across my chest. The Who from '75 is a cool statement to make.

The other t-shirts that say something usually say something stupid. I think I buy shirts that are sarcastic on a whim and then never really want to go out in public with such a long trail of obnoxious first impressions left behind me. I have one shirt that says, "Sure Men have Feelings...But Who Cares?" That is never a shirt I wear if I have even one old ripped shirt left clean. I don't know why I bought it and where I thought I would go with it on...but I do have it. I have shirts from game shows I've tried out for that I sleep in. Oh, I DO wear my nurse t-shirts...those are always acceptable. But most of them are wearing out as is my usefulness.

I was at a local Goodwill store with a friend and I overheard someone say, "Oh no...this is last season's." Really? How the hell can you tell? Do they change them like they do Mustangs? Can I tell from the headlights? Usually one must be shopping at Neiman's to witness such conduct.

Oh my...I just thought of something.

I think things are going to get very interesting around here before my birthday. This time I know something is coming...I just don't know what it is.


Blogger q1605 said...

Mine gets one all day long

April 20, 2013  
Blogger Meg Kelso said...

Mine never stops. Only men can actually think about "nothing".

April 20, 2013  

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