Wednesday, May 25, 2011

On Being an Un-Observant Person

Be aware of your surroundings. It hones your writing skill and provides different avenues to take in a storyline.


I fell in love with these orangey drinking glasses and bought them without looking past the color. The saleslady had a strange look on her face but *shrug* whatever.

I washed, used, and served drinks in these glasses for several weeks before showing them off to my kid.

She took one look and gasped.

Ah. Well, now I know why the lady gave me such an odd look.


  1. LOL! I'm sure the saleslady was just, um, impressed with your adventurous spirit. ;)

  2. Call me naive, but what is it? My only guess is a marijuana leaf?

  3. ha ha ha! and ^ *covers smirk with hand*
    nice to know there is still innocence out there!

  4. LOL! I would've done the same thing, thinking it was a pretty autumn leaf etched on the side. Then my hubbie would've pulled me aside and explained things. He's the wizened one. Har.

  5. Can't. Stop. Laughing.
    Classic, Huntress, just classic - what a nice way to start off my morning, too!

  6. (Giggling) Guessing you don't look like a typical pothead.

    I'm not sure I would have gone for that color, myself... I like orange, but I also like adventures with drinks in the summer months, stuff with Midori or blue curacao and I'm not sure how appealing they'd look seen through that color. The leaf, on the other hand, is quite well done. And if you're a 420 fan, you need nice big drinks to wash away the cottonmouth.

    Or so I am told (rolling my eyes and going for my best innocent look.)

  7. She must've thought you were reliving your wild youth or something!

  8. Hehehehe, I probably wouldn't have noticed either.

  9. hm
    Everyone except Charity knew what the leaf structure represented.

    *speculations abound*

  10. I wonder if that is why the cat is so interested in the glass!


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