Blogophilia Week 20.6 - Master of the Universe Bonus Points:
(Hard, 2 pts): Incorporate a hyperbole
(Easy, 1 pt): Include a corn dolly
In the past of yore, when life was supposedly simple, women dressed to the nines just to go about their daily lives. I'm not so sure, if life was really simple. Maybe the stresses of modern conveniences didn't put everyone into the overdrive of doing, going, moving, etc... people still hustled and bustled. Walking to the market to buy daily dosages of fresh produce, meats, and what ever may catch their eyes... laundering with washboards, to the point that you'd think that thee ladies weren't damsels in distress, but to push, and to twist, and to heavily clean til their arms pumped up like Popeye, yet, these women of your are spoken of as if they were Oliveoyl.
In the busy bustle, Nina shows us her blast from the past, as her great grandmother's wish to walk around In the Winter Wonderland, to feel the crunch of the recently fallen snow, and the star-shaped flakes. Even though we may end up with some exaggerated and romantic tales, Lisa Conrad is full of the creative hyperbolas.
All too often, those of us who may be summer babies, we end up with a European corn dolly, Heather prefers the Indian corn dollies. Yet, deep inside, our hearts, the summer babies grow up wanting to frolic in the snow, and us winter babies want to swim with the fishes in the summer.
In the meanwhile, Tyler wants to be the Master of the Universe.