I love to walk into the grocery store in my very conservative neighborhood while wearing a cowboy hat ;)
My exhibitionist side has imaginary conversations that the watchers are having :
" What the hell is she wearing ?" ( after the double-take .... )
" She must be going to a costume party ...."
" I bet there's a rodeo in town, he, he! "
" Maybe she's just visiting someone "
" Where do you think she's from? "
Original Cowboy Junkies concert T, vintage ~
Dress: vintage drop-waist pinafore ~
Boots: Banana Republic ~ Hat: thrifted ~ Necklace: vintage 70's ~ Belt: thrifted.
Rings: black onyx thumb, hammered metal, vintage Avon, sterling/gold bands.
Pink Aviators: Dollar General ~ Earrings: Big Lots
WOW, I can't believe John Lennon was born exactly 70 years ago today. AND he was killed in December 30 friggin' years ago! I was only sixteen when it happened, and as an avid rock fan, this day is a somber, memory invoking one. Most blogger's weren't even alive in December of 1980. Honestly, back then I didn't grasp the impact of such a waste until I got older.
I wonder what he would be thinking and doing Today ? Would he still be living in New York, or even in the U.S ? Would "Give Peace a Chance" and "All You Need is Love" still be his mantras ? Just think how small the world has become since then. I wonder what his thoughts would have been on stuff like 9/11, or the war in Iraq. Or Afghanistan ? Would he have written a song about the release of Mandela ? Maybe he'd be a Missionary .........
The Bed-In for Peace.
|An original piece by Lennon ........|
Kinda Einstein-ish :)