|Posted on June 13, 2012 at 12:45 AM|
I am beginning to find my bearings in this new land which I have learned is England.
I believed English people were known for their refinement, but from what I have observed thus far the woman, Holly, seems anything but proper!
She wished me to pose for photos in the most immodest and garish garments I ever laid eyes on. I tried to explain my reticence in exposing my shoulders and ankles to all and sundry, but she announced that it was me that was sadly lacking in 'cultural diversity' whatever that is supposed to mean!? I questioned how one could possibly learn 'cultural diversity' from a person apparently entirely uncultured but she was adamant!
"You must broaden your horizons!" She insisted, and before I knew it I was thrust into the strangest garb, called a 'kimono'.
I have to admit that the dress was rather pretty once I got used to it's unfamilar style, and at least it didn't bare too much plastic. I suspect that her heart is in the right place but I cannot, in good conscience, support the promotion of vanity. I would much rather get to work in the garden or the kitchen, or enjoy a nice walk in the fresh air than be primped and gussied up like a fine lady's lap dog!
I surely hope none of my sisters see these undignified photographs and that I can swiftly educate this woman in a more wholesome way of life.