This was supposed to be a post about how sometimes I cheat my shoes for outfit pictures. These are cute shoes, but not terribly comfortable, but they worked with the outfit so I wanted to showcase them. Except my day was absolutely absurd.
On my bike to work, two men in a car catcalled me, and when I ended up behind them at a red light, adjusted their rear view mirror to try to look up my skirt. I felt so shocked and violated that I had no idea what to do. I went to work and raged and managed to set up the experiment for tomorrow, but spent most of the day in a haze of fury.
Weirdly, that fury was tempered by my labmate asking me to validate that these were the check-off(chekov) sheets I was looking for. Apparently, puns diffuse all of my anger forever. But my bizarro day was not over, no.
Braden and I had some errands to do, so we were driving to Costco to pick things up for this weekend’s dance bash and someone rear ended another car into the front of my car. Everyone is fine; there were no injuries. I didn’t get ticketed, and I’ve got insurance, so everything will be fine. And the thing is, after that accident, the relief has completely took the rest of my day away. There’s nothing like a near miss to put life into perspective.
I imagine you probably don’t mind me cheating on which shoes I show today(and if you do, I couldn’t care less if I tried right now) but do you strive for veracity in your blogging? Or do you primp your outfits to their best for photos? I’m not sure it matters in the scheme of things for me at this moment, but it’s certainly easier to talk about!