Friday, 12 November 2010

Karma Chameleon

Today I noticed someone had hit the front of my car, causing the front bumper to stick out from the end. I was so upset. This is the 3rd time some jerk has hit my car while it was parked and drove away.

I always wonder- Don't these people realize that this karma is going to come back and bite them on the nose? Maybe it won't happen soon, it may happen in a month, in a year, in 5 years, but it will definitely, definitely happen in their lifetime. It will almost surely happen on an idle day, when something unsuspected and unanticipated will go very, very wrong. That's when these people will wonder- What did I do to deserve this?

Which makes me think: Did I do something to deserve this stress and subsequent expense of my car being anonymously hit? Maybe I have. Maybe I haven't. I believe that karma makes bad things happen to people for 2 reasons. One, because they had done something bad to someone good, two, because karma knows that this person is wise enough to learn the lesson from whatever bad has happened. So now, I will just console myself by thinking that there is a lesson to be learnt from this, even though now I can't see it. Maybe the Universe is just trying to remind me to always be responsible for my mistakes, and own up to them.

Thursday, 11 November 2010

The Bishop Sleeve

Looking feminine is underrated. What's with the whole 'masculine' look? Why would I want to dress like a man?? 

Try this. Wear a beautiful, soft, flowy blouse with Bishop Sleeves, that has a wide neck (notice I said wide, not deep, wide is feminine, deep is slutty), nice skinny jeans, and 4 inch peep-toe sling-backs. Throw on a flashy-blingy ring, and you're all set to feel gorgeous the whole day as you sashay around.

I love Bishop sleeves. They're  a long sleeve, fuller at the bottom than the top, and gathered into a cuff, or gathered with elastic. If I could constantly wear clothes which have these sleeves, I would. There's just something about them, that makes you feel SO feminine, so graceful and so elegant. Even if they mask very toned arms that can sometimes look unfeminine. Sometimes. Hey, I'm very proud of my toned arms.

Wearing these sleeves, (that's not me, btw, though I do tend to put on a sullen face like that) I feel as if I've been transported back to the Victorian era, when men would wear those gorgeous white shirts with these sleeves, and had manners and were chivalrous. But I'm wondering, isn't it high time someone renamed these sleeves? I'm seeing these sleeves everywhere, they're very popular in fashion now, you'd think the fashion pundits would call them something else. Maybe 'Princess Sleeves'. Haha! What do you think?