So I’ve been wondering … What’s a girl to wear in the spring and summer in between. Can I wear white? I forget the rule. Is it before Ground Hog Day or after Arbor Day when I can wear white?
I can never keep that straight!!
Is off-white ok? And is beige considered an off-white or a light purple? Whatever the rules are, I’m a fan of dressing in one color sometimes, ya know…monophonically.
I’m still trying to figure out what colors are in stereo!
I still haven’t replaced my bike. And I won’t until I figure out why everyone likes MY bikes best of all. So until then .. I’m on foot. What better way to be green? Unless of course I’m wearing my green shirt from last summer that I almost lost at the laundromat the other day. Or even sometimes after I swim in the pool all summer, my hair gets a little green.
So I’m walking around and arrive at a crosswalk where the pedestrian light flashes both the standing man in red and a walking man in white. I’m so confused! Does this mean proceed with caution? Or is this a city thing I haven’t learned about.
I think this is what they meant: I stopped then took a step. Stop. Go. Stop. Go. Stop. Go. Stop. Go. Stop Go.
And eventually I was across!! No foolin’ me big city!
Hi everybody! I thought I’d get out into the information super avenue and start up a little blag thing. I want to have a place where I can help people and maybe they can help me too. I just KNOW there are others out there just like me. Let’s do this! YAY!
So, it happened AGAIN!! O.M.G. New York City is so full of thieves. I just don’t understand it! I like to ride my bike because it’s an environmentally responsible thing to do, ya know Anyways, I go lock my bike up and pop into the bookstore for just a few minutes. I come out and … GONE! What?! This is my FIFTH bike stolen this month. I just don’t get it.
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