Yesterday I was reading blogs and checking in with my grandkids on Facebook. I read and saw a lot of things that made me laugh (in a good way) a few that inspired me, a few that brought up memories, and a couple that made my one sighted eye just about pop out of my head. Let me begin with the eye-popper photo.What on EARTH was this girl THINKING? You may laugh, but I have to tell you that I found this INCREDIBLY sad. I wondered if her mother SAW her on the way out the door and asked, "Are you OUT OF YOUR MIND? You can't go out in that! My heavens! You can't even wear that in the HOUSE!" Why didn't SOMEONE stop her? Did she actually think that was a great look? Did she think it looked sexy? Is she delusional? Where is that poor girl's sense of fashion? MORE to the point - did she even THINK to look in the mirror - front side AND back, thank you - before she stepped out of the house? I understand fads. In my day - a million centuries back - we went through a multitude of them: tent dresses, mini-skirts, flower-child attire, Beatle haircuts (the boys) chalky pink-almost-white lipstick and black eyeliner, hot pants, beehive hairdos, etc. I shudder to recall a few of those. But never - never, never, NEVER - would it have crossed my mind to put ON, much LESS actually WEAR what that poor misguided girl is wearing. I can't believe she INTENTIONALLY wore that. I am going to believe that either she wore a totally well-fitting outfit OUT THE DOOR, and got caught in a horrendous rainstorm which immediately caused her clothing to shrink. OR that she was in such a hurry to leave, she accidentally grabbed her 4-year-old sister's clothes, crammed them on, and shot out the door. Surely - oh, PLEASE tell me - SURELY, she didn't think that looked GOOD. Makes me want to embrace my old tent dress.