Sunday, February 3, 2013

Life is Like a Radio . . .

Sweater: Delia's
Tee: Macy's
Jeans: J. C. Penney's
Shoes: Betseyville, J. C. Penney's
Bag: Journeys
Coat: Gap

Blouse: Kohl's
Shoes: Ami Clubwear
Bag: Target 

Blouse: Marshalls
Cardigan: Candie's, Kohl's
Dress: Marshalls
Shoes: Alloy
Bag: DSW
Belt: Mudd, J. C. Penney's
Tights: J. C. Penney's

. . . you never know what you're going to hear.  I was thinking about that the other day when switching back and forth between the six or so stations saved in my car.  There are all sorts of songs you can hear: great ones, good ones, so-so ones, and the ones that you just can't stand (for me, that last category is almost solely dedicated to Phil Collins).  Deciding whether to wait out something good or so-so is always a gamble. If you do, then you may miss something great.  If you don't, then you may be forced to settle for an even more subpar selection.  It's a real metaphor for making life choices, whether they be about your love life, home base, or career.  I guess that's why having an iPod or CD changer is a nice bit of insurance - a sort of mix tape of today if you will.  Maybe at some point I'll get there.  But on the day in question I was content to rock out to some Milli Vanilli -   a happy accident if you ask me, as it isn't every day that the industry's most notorious lip syncers are allowed to grace the airwaves.  Crooks or not, I still can't help but belt out "Blame it on the Rain."            

1 comment:

Jewel Divas Style said...

Loving the top bag.

I rarely have the radio on only because it's old and doesn't work properly.