I’m either blind, completely disconnected, or I’ve just grown immune to my daughter’s oddness. I didn’t realize she was wearing this get-up until we had already been out long enough for people to give me one too many hairy-eyeballs.
Seriously, I have no idea where she got her sense of style, but FringeMan insists she’s inherited this nonsense from me.
The other day in all seriousness, I asked FringeMan why people keep mistaking me for someone who has money. Without a moment’s hesitation he said, “It’s your outlandish outfits.”
Please splain me some things.
Why does he think I wear outlandish outfits? I do not.
Second, do all rich women wear outlandish outfits? I think not.
So, if you were wondering, I have no money (no nanny, no maid, no second vehicle). I am also not an outlandish dresser, despite FringeMan’s claims. On the other hand, my daughter is a fashion disaster and I don’t think she’ll outgrow it. Secretly, I hope she doesn’t.
Do people ever mistake you for someone you are not?