I've been getting some flack for not posting. First off, I've been really busy. The world doesn't run itself, you know. Second, Edie is getting older and has been dressing like a normal person. See here:
Still normal. She could run for student council and win.
Still totally normal, though quite purple.
Ah, there we go. Bringin' it to crazy town with a plethora of aprons.
Let's break this one down, shall we? Black tights. Pink tutu. Gold obi belt. Burgundy cape. Wonder Woman headband. Mardi Gras necklace as bracelet. Red shiny shoes. Ability to pick up coat off the floor not included.
Little Edie decided to wear her chopsticks home after dinner at an Asian restaurant on the Upper West Side. A Geisha, perhaps? No, she says, they're thorns.
We all know where this is headed. The rapture is upon us and it's gonna be cute as a button.
Here's Edie wearing a cat collar as a necklace. Chic! Clever! you say? Here's the thing of it: we don't have a cat. We did but now we don't. Was the collar from one of your dearly departed furry friends? No. The cat who wore this is alive and well and living in Virginia. Did the cat at one time live with you? No. Well then, why do you have its collar? Good question. Look for us on the next season of "Hoarders".
You'll notice here that Snow White prefers two different shoes and that she passes out face down, requiring that Prince Charming turn her over for true love's first kiss. Her friend D-man is doing a sensory deprivation thing while he waits for his turn.