You guys, it’s not technically fall until Friday, and I am going to wear shirts the color of sunshine as long as I durn well please. Also, I’d just like to go ahead and throw this out there – I’m going to wear lots of color this fall and winter.
Sure, I’m going to wear the blacks, browns, navys, oxbloods… but the people that say you can’t wear colors like white, yellow, PINK, blue, purple, and teal in the winter time… yeah, THOSE are the people that are affected by S.A.D.
You think I’m joking. But it’s true. The next time you see someone totally down in the dumps in the winter time… notice what color they’re wearing. I’ll bet you a burrito that they ain’t wearing hot pink. Or teal. Or purple.
They’re probably wearing beige. Or mauve. Something boring.
As my dad always said, “You can never be sad when you’re wearing yellow.” (Or purple, pink… just insert any fun color in the place of yellow.)
My dad is a wise man.
Happy Monday, y’all!
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