I want a Gertrude Stein action figure!
Millie, I must disagree. Weddings are about the Bride. She spends months in planning every aspect — the colors and species of the flowers, the type and size of the cake, and so on — and, starting the day before the wedding, she gets her nails done, her hair done, and her make-up done, dons a thousand-dollar gown, and walks down the aisle to the triumphal strains of Wagner’s Wedding March. The groom? He shows up in a rented tux, wearing somebody else’s shoes.
I think, in this case, Millicent is more referring to how a girl is the Flower Girl and a boy is the Ringbearer.
It’s the kind of opinion one forms looking only at one small part of something (i.e. Her own role in the wedding) rather than seeing the whole picture. This is forgivable in children; in government, it leads to massive civil rights violations and a body count. 🙁
Also don’t forget Millie you asked if you could be the flower girl
The flower girl is actually rather important in the ritual. She signals that you’ve gone from pre-ritual gathering to ritual proper.
ritual is a funny word.
The dress fitter lost the spots on his ears. Come to think of it, is the dress fitter a man or a woman?
Good question. At a glance, I would think “man”, but it’s not so easy to tell, really.
He’s not wearing earrings and he isn’t showing a bosom => he’s male. (Yes I know that the latter isn’t helpful for dogs or foxes most of the time *here*, but examine Ms Mudd *there*.)
Yeah, that makes him look more like a beagle than a dalmatian.
Neither or both.
Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *
Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.
This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.