Seen on the Purple Line to Linden at about 8:35 a.m.
never bought into those earbud headphones. She wanted to keep foreign, plastic
objects as far from the inside of her body as possible. She also never bought
into skinny jeans, or Ray-Ban sunglasses, or make-up. Sure, she was wearing the
same khaki pants she’d bought at Old Navy in 1999—so what? That showed she was
frugal, and that she valued her possessions. No sense in ditching something that
works perfectly well for a newer model.
wasn’t just clothes and accessories. Madison never bought into sushi, or Logan
Square, or online dating. What was wrong with grilled cheese, or Uptown, or
being single? No sense in trading something familiar for something you might
hate. No sense in risking a life that’s perfectly adequate for a life that only
might be better.
Can I just reiterate how happy I am that I started Drivel & Wit Chicago? I love the people in the group with me. I love the stories and poems that they're writing. It's wonderful. As Felipe said earlier today when I mentioned this to him, "Yay, initiative!"
Trivia tonight. I haven't been in two weeks because of couchsurfers and busyness. Our trivia host actually wrote on my facebook wall and ordered me to return. One of the categories this week is 90's hip hop, though, so I suspect we're not going to do very well...
Have you voted PTKY "Best Local Blog" in the Civic Life section of the Chicago Reader's 2012 Best of Chicago Contest yet? You probably should. It'll be fun. I promise.