|Dress: Killah, Shirt: Joe Fresh, Shoes: Kenzie, Fedora: Buffalo, Camera Bag: Theit|
This is what I would have worn to work today, if Canada didn't decide that Fall is coming early this year and it started pouring rain in the morning.
I'm a determined gall I tell yah, because as soon as I got home, I switched my jeans for this adorable dress and threw on the fedora to combat the strong wind.
(that was slowing turning me into a Marge Simpson look alike)
Then we quickly went to the store, you know, to let the world see what I imagined my outfit to look like today - even for a few minutes.
Seems like pretty crazy things have been happening as far as weather/natural disasters go around the world. Just yesterday we felt the earthquake that originated in Virginia - right here in Toronto.
To add to that, tonight boyfriend and I are cuddled on the couch with candles and lighters ready to go in case this wacko thunderstorm causes a blackout - or a Tornado. Come on, we don't get Tornado's in this city.
I think weather got lost and took the wrong highway.
Weeks like this make me wonder one thing though - there are so many early warning systems to help us prepare for earthquakes/tornadoes/tsunamis and hurricanes.
Why doesn't life have early warning systems? For example, why couldn't I get some sort of signal that in exactly 30 seconds my soup (which was warming up in the microwave) is going to blow up. I would have been ready with napkins, or even better, taken it out. Instead I was left cleaning up the mess as a room full of angry co-workers stood and tapped on their watches.
Some-one needs to invent one ASAP. Anyone?
A girl can dream.