I do it all for the children

April 29, 2007 at 11:31 pm 1 comment

I was just channel surfing and came across a Sex and The City episode.  Truthfully, I don’t care for the show–aside from it being devoid of class and morals, it has more bad puns than a James Bond movie.  I DID enjoy, however, this quote by Samantha and thought it was worth sharing: 

“If you’re not wearing something the kids can’t afford, how will they know to look up to you?”

Maybe this is why I’m now one of Nordstrom’s MVP’s…  The epiphany was three years ago when my 3 year old niece said with a sympathetic look on her face, “Auntie LeMare, I’m sad you live all alone, but at least you have a good company!”  While 3 year olds don’t read the Journal, they apparently understand spinsterhood (and I am MORE than a little interested to know what she overheard at home).  Never one to be pitied, however, I realized I needed to turn up the glam–how else would the kids know to look up to me?

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Entry filed under: Commentary, LeMare's Posts, Random, Television.

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  • 1. liz stanley  |  April 30, 2007 at 11:47 am

    true dat. it’s really the only important difference between the high school kids i counsel and myself

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