Friday, September 24, 2010

Because I feel like sharing...

Today, for various reasons, but mainly because it was hot and I normally don't see many people, I was wearing sneakers, white soccer shorts, and a blue University of Kentucky Wildcats t-shirt.  I thought it was the perfect attire for walking Addi Roo to the dog park.  We went, she acted a fool and had a great time.  We were taking our leisurely stroll back to the house when out of the corner of my eye I noticed a few cars stopped at a red light and one car, in particular, had a guy inside with the window rolled down.  

(Now let me paint the picture for those who don't quite understand... I live in Baltimore.  Baltimore city to be exact.  When guy's have their window rolled down it means two things: they're saving money on AC AND (not or) they are 100% going to "holler" at any girl that walks by.)  So to combat this, I kept looking straight ahead paying no attention to the car, but none-the-less, I heard the shout out of the window...  

Now right as the voice hit my ear I began to internally say to myself, "Really?  You're gonna "holler" at me when I'm wearing this hot outfit?"  Until a moment later it sunk in what the guy had said... "How you gonna walk that dog wearing THAT shirt?"  So, naturally, I lowered my head to look at my shirt.
So I did the only thing I could, I looked over at the guy, who was actually an older gentleman on further inspection, and replied, "It's just mean, isn't it?"  And he replied with a smile, "Terrible."

And here I thought I had my dog park outfit picked out perfectly.

I hope everyone has a happy and fun-filled weekend!


  1. I loved this! :) I'll bet your dog didn't even notice...

    And by the way, thanks so much for your sweet comment on my blog! I'm following you back and I look forward to getting to know you better!

  2. Too funny Krystin! I could visualize the entire scenerio, especially you being Miss Kool walking your Addie Roo and ignoring this priceless drive by. Thanks for sharing, you're always a treat!

    Love ya,