gI thought this was funny ... my photo of Tyler Hansbrough (last post) and the AP's photo. I think I might have been sitting near them, whatcha think? It did my ego some good to look through the wire photos and see that mine were on that level. I'm not generally impressed with myself, but it was nice to know that my work is basically industry-standard.
We had the National Championship banquet this weekend, where all the guys received their rings and we ate and drank and listened to speakers talk about stuff. (I was paying lots of attention, can you tell?) I was feeling pretty in a nice White House/Black Market dress that ended up being practically the same thing that everyone else was sporting - Black cocktail-length dress? Check! National Championship pendant? Check! Black heels? Check! We are GO for banquet!
This weekend I noticed 2 things that made me sad for this country. The first was this article. Seriously. Whaaaa? The second was this ad for "skinny jeans for baby" from Old Navy. Huh? Skinny jeans for your BABY? Let me tell you something, Old Navy. My baby inherited the thigh genes from me, and I don't want her cursing me for it until she's at least 13. "Skinny jeans" in a size 6-12 months won't even fit on her chunky little arm.
The more I think about it the more it pisses me off.
Babies are supposed to have some meat on them 1.so they won't get dangerously underweight should they get sick 2. So that they have room to grow vertically and 3. So they have energy reserves for when they start walking and running around.
I'm adding this to all the other levels that skinny jeans offend me on.