Happy Labor Day!
May all of us have work to do, do it well, and find meaning in our work.
It's time to put up your Summer whites. Put away your white sandals, white purses,
white belts and all white accessories.
Put away your white linen slipcovers, sisal rugs used indoors for Summer and clean your ceiling fans.
Here in the Deep Hot South, Fall begins with Labor Day even if the expected high today is 88.
We do Fall fashion by switching from white linen clothing to dark colored linen clothing.
No more wearing of seersucker suits and white bucks, as of today.
Roll out the wool carpets, put up the Summer rugs and try to decide how you can wear a ladies suit, in a dark color, to a football game without melting in the stands.
No more Cajun Shrimp OPI nailpolish (or other Summer colors) at the Pedicure Parlor until Spring 2010.
"Winter Whites" aren't believable until January and remain suspicious even then.
Must go fold up the linen slipcovers. Later, Tater,