Sorry for the excessive use of the A- word, but when I was trying to find the the perfect song for this Fourth of July edition of Tunesday Tuesday, I wanted to avoid the typical patriotic songs we are all familiar with. I hope there are some fellow Sunny fans reading, otherwise, you may not enjoy this clip as much as you could. It is a totally irreverent, never politically correct, always laugh out loud hilarious series that my husband and I both adore. It's the type of show that you can watch mindlessly; episodes can be watched over and over again without ever tiring (at least for us). This is one of those classic episodes so I encourage you to seek it out this Fourth of July week for a good belly laugh.
The first time I wore this outfit combination, Curtis commented that I looked like I was ready for a Fourth of July picnic or parade. Sometimes too much red, white, and blue can be a bad thing, so I wanted to wait and post it in July. Despite that, I think the red and white and blue is a great, classic combo. Nautical dressing is really in vogue this season; chevron patterns are popular; fedoras in awesome. So I am either classically stylish or a walking fashion trend disaster.
We took these photos at a local university. When I saw this free-standing sculpture, it immediately reminded me of a Ferris wheel. I imagined myself at the St.Louis World's Fair in 1904 - home to the world's largest Ferris wheel (see there's method to my madness). Am I the only one who gives an outfit a back story? The Wikipedia entry for the World's Fair is a truly fascinating read (am I also the only person who reads Wikipedia articles for fun??). I discovered that Dr. Pepper was introduced there, and frankly, that's all I need to know!