i just returned from New York and had some life changing experiences so forgive me for getting the expression wrong. It is “bless your heart” Why bless my heart I can’t even get a stupid expression right–but am in such a good mood I don’t care. And love the newest changes to WP 2.forever.
“Why bless you, Miss Pia, you look divine”
Shit, I really need to lose an incredible amount of weight, get work done on my face, whole body, a new hair stylist. Wait it’s my hair stylist’s mother, who not so coincidentally happens to be my nail technician, telling me this.
“Why thank you Miss Edna” I don’t have the whole “Miss” thing down. I don’t think I’m supposed to say it to her as she’s nine years younger than I am but looks nine years older so…
I’m beginning to get true Southern lingo down. Any woman who says “bless you” to you is really politely dissing you especially when they belong to the Church of Harley Davidson. That’s not true. I just like the sound of the last part of the last sentence. They’re dissing you when they’re not-so-true Church ladies with no time for anything but Church and gossip.
I do love it here. Loved my ten days in New York and plan on writing about them but am oh so happy to be home. And this is home now. It really is. For some reason I find that one fact awe inspiring.
If my nail technician happens to read this for some ungodly reason please know that I adore you. You have never said anything like that but do worship at The Church of Harley….and by the way I don’t know how to tell you I can’t afford you. $60 for a mani/pedi no matter how great, and yours are to die for, is just too much. In New York, you can get them at any street corner for $19.99. It’s one of the two more expensive things here and I forget the second.