Yes, yes, yes, yes, yes.
Really big necklaces.
Women are wearing them with the expected dresses and business suits, but also with casual tees and jeans.
I mentioned they are HUGE, right?
Some I like. Most not so much.
But I have noticed one very strange phenomena — and I admit, I am generalizing, but have seen enough to claim a trend — many of the women who favor these really big (HUGE) necklaces seem to think wearing them diverts attention from the rest of their person.
So, no need to do their hair. Or put on even the tiniest bit of makeup. Just don the really big necklace, and it will do the heavy lifting for their ensemble.
Or, I guess in this case, the heavy pulling down of their neck toward the ground.
When I got on the subway this morning, I overhead a woman introduce herself to a man standing close by. Apparently they has begun chatting on the platform.
She had already met her quota: speak to at least one stranger every day.
She probably didn’t know she was supposed to. But studies show that if you do, both you and the stranger will feel better.
Shhhhhhhiiiiiitttttt….we Southerners have known that all along.
Dear Chasing Life ,
I think we should take a break.
You know what you did. And it’s going to take a while for me to be able to be in the same room with you.
Just go. We’ll talk later.
Have you ever been riding the subway, spied the emergency brake and had a passing urge to pull it and see what happened?
But then we stop and consider the resulting delays and fines and possible imprisonment, and we don’t.
‘Cause we smarter than that.
But not the joker on my train tonight.
No, he decided to give that ol’ brake a pull. So, now we all know what happens.
First, it definitely stops the train. And apparently the conductors can’t tell where on the train the brake was pulled. So, they have to walk down the line, car by car, and see where the incident occurred. Which takes a long, long time.
Eventually, they opened a single door and let people file out of the train…so I was able to jump on another subway line and get home.
Did the culprit get his due? I don’t know. But in my mind…
He did. Oh yes, he did.
It’s National Lazy Day!
Of course, I didn’t really look all that hard.
It would be unseemly.
I may already be in trouble for using an exclamation point in my first sentence.
It’s summer, and that means a lot of reality show competitions have been added to the TV schedule.
Food Network Star has been cookin’ with gas on Sunday evenings for several weeks already, and my beloved Project Runway got underway this past Thursday.
I never realize how much I miss them until they come back on they air, and then, when they do —