“Things happen to people by accident,” she used to say. “A lot of nice accidents have happened to me. It just HAPPENED that I always liked lessons and books, and could remember things when I learned them. It just happened that I was born with a father who was beautiful and nice and clever, and…
I lost my dog. My dog is dead. Dawn is gone. This doesnt feel real at all. It’s just not possible that she went from being checked into the vet to being dead in five hours. Not MY dog. Not dawn who i went everywhere with and had so many summer adventures with. And I haven’t see her in two weeks and I’ll never see her again. I just don’t believe it.
So we’re all speculating, some of us claim to know what it’s going to be, but the truth is we don’t have a clue! But certain key points have been taken into account by The British Potter Association so here is a list of potential things it most probably is:
I FIGURED OUT THAT AWESOME ENDLESS REFRESHING THING THAT I'VE ALWAYS WANTED FOR MY TUMBLR AND NOW I HAVE IT SO EVERYONE HAS TO LOOK AT ALL MY POSTS FROM THE PAST EVER BECAUSE YOU WON'T HAVE TO CLICK NEXT PAGE YOU CAN JUST SCROLL FOR EVER AND EVER UNTIL YOU REACH MY FIRST POST BUT THAT ONE WAS KINDA LAME SO DON'T SCROLL THAT FAR.
“As clothes have become cheaper, our clothing consumption has gone through the roof. In 1930, the average American woman owned an average of nine outfits. Today, we each buy more than 60 pieces of new clothing on average per year. Our closets are larger and more stuffed than ever, as we’ve traded quality and style for low prices and trend-chasing. In the face of these irresistible deals, our total spending on clothing has actually increased, from $7.82 billion spent on apparel in 1950 to $375 billion today.”—
A fascinating and brief history of the rise of cheap clothes. Focused on women, but men can learn much from it, too. Two of the key results of this trend are a glut of clothes on the second-hand market and too many people impulse buying cheap clothes they don’t need.