London is one of those cities where you can wear anything and no one will even spare you a glance unless they are people watching. It is very liberating in that sense at least for me.
I do not own T-Shirts with words in them except for a few of them which I got just on a whim or when I felt a little cheeky. I don’t wear them often that is why they look new even after a couple of years 😉
The last thing I expected while walking down deep in conversation with Mr M past a bus shelter was for someone to take my arm and stop me. I was thrown in for a loop for a second and when I turned around I saw this lady sitting in the bus shelter looking at me and smiling. She winked at me and said ‘I love your T-Shirt’. I was like ‘what!?’ and then realized what T-Shirt I had worn and gave a laugh and thanked and threw a wink her way. Mr M rolled his eyes at this weird interaction. It took a while for us to recollect the discussion we were having before the incident.
Here is what my T-Shirt looks like, in case someone else cares 😉
While I was reading Maggie’s post on the word prompt for the day ‘Unfurl‘, I found this fellow looking at me. When I look at him I always think that he calls me for help every day when that single jasmine vine gets tangled around his neck. Until now, I didn’t realize what that cry was. Now I think it must be ‘Unfurl Me!!!’. I remove it every single day but somehow that single branch finds its way back to his neck. I will help him shortly, but do you think his cry for help might be using the word ‘unfurl’?
“It is not needful for our dreams to be very grand nor very big. It is only needful for our dreams to be very shiny.”
― C. JoyBell C.