via Swipelife.com Ordinarily, Edward would be thrilled to don his tangerine tango leopard scarf. But on this day, it was only his default, as Ricky had borrowed his favorite paisley Ascot and had not returned it. A default scarf, he thought bitterly, is never as chic as one’s primary choice.
Larissa waited patiently by the chain link fence with the other Bat Girl hopefuls. She knew that her “Irish” coffee might slur her speech a bit, but she was sure that her pointy bodice and high-waisted midriff shorts would get her the part.
Little Tonya had played along with her mothers vapid ambitions long enough. Halfway into rehearsal, she threw down the microphone and froze. Ruining Tiffany’s “I Think We’re Alone Now” was the best way she could think of to alert her parents that her true dream was to become a forensic accountant and not Miss IttyContinue reading “Mindful Mocking: No More Words”
Uncontrollably distracted by how fabulous they looked in their “re-purposed” dresses, the girls failed to notice that Florence was still passed out from exposure to the melted-crayon fumes.