Anywayyyy … I feel the itch to write something, but of course 2 years has flown by and I couldn’t decide what to write about, so I went to the WordPress blogging site “prompts” and this is the prompt for today.
That’s it. Am I for it? Against it?
- I will walk under a ladder if it’s the shortest route. I’ve got any number of foot (feet?) issues, (some more unsightly than others – to the great dismay of the girl who does my pedicures) so every step matters.
- Broken mirror. I’m not a fan of mirrors anymore, and haven’t walked around holding one since my 20’s, so I’m really okay with breaking them and not concerned about the consequence of a mere 7 years. My lip gloss is older than that.
- Find a penny pick it up … get serious. I’m not doing that.
- Black cat in your path is bad luck. I only find cats to be bad news if they are mine and I have to pay their vet bills. Plus this superstition discriminates so I’m against it.
- Lucky rabbits foot. I don’t believe that carrying one will bring me luck, as it definitely didn’t work for the amputee rabbit. For me, if I’m going to carry around a limb of something, I’d prefer it be a chicken wing, because that’s just good eatin’.
- Knock on wood for luck. This superstition has changed over the years, and become quite sexualized. Both knockers and wood now have a different meaning, and I refuse to comment because I’m a lady and certainly don’t want to discuss all the ways people go about getting lucky.
- Cross your fingers for luck. That’s a bit harder than it sounds now that my skin looks like pleather and I’m semi-arthritic. Might freeze that way, don’t see the value, not doing it.
- Rain on your wedding day is good luck. That’s just a lie, to make soggy brides with huge hair and runny mascara feel better.
- Friday the 13th. For me, now that I get to work from home on Fridays, I couldn’t give a flying @#$K what the date is. As long as I’m not doing the commute. It’s lucky for everyone else on the road, because I’m safely at home
loungingworking in my sweatpantsbusiness attire.
- Umbrella in the house. How can that be unlucky? How else can I act out my Mary Poppins /Singing in the Rain song and dance numbers in the privacy of my basement? Sidenote – empty nests aren’t all they’re cracked up to be.
The only thing I’m on board with about Superstition is the song by Stevie Wonder. My dance moves to this one are on point, and now that I blogged I believe I officially qualify for Dancing with the Stars – so my future may be very bright indeed. Fingers crossed.