We were supposed to get some snow today but as usual, I have yet to see a single flake. It never seems to snow at the beach anymore. I find it kind of depressing. I only have about ten pictures of BB playing in the snow when he was maybe a year and a half. Thank goodness there is no such thing as global warming, huh?
So for the past three years, all of my Ugg boots have been banished away to the back of my closet. I swore I would never wear them again ever since they became such a fashion trend. Every time I see some dumb teenage girl wearing Uggs with a skirt I want to slap her upside her head. Wearing knee high Uggs does not excuse the fact that if your skirt got any shorter you would have to powder two more cheeks and get another haircut. I understand these girls are trying to keep up with the latest fashion but Ugg boots in the middle of July may be one of the most idiotic things I have ever seen. Little girls with funky colored leotards and Ugg boots are positively adorable but can we please have an age cutoff? Say thirteen. After that, you just look like an asshat.
Needless to say, it took a lot for me to take mine out of retirement. I have been wearing them for over fifteen years and have gone through quite a few pairs. I'm not really sure what I'm getting at with this rant other than I think teenage girls have ruined Uggs for me. I refuse to part with the pair I have on right now. I popped a toe in the front of one, the bottoms are worn down to almost a smooth surface and they look like hell. However, even after three years of being tucked away, they are still as comfortable as the first day I put them on.
So maybe we can all come to an agreement. No Ugg boots until at least October and please put them away in April or May being the latest. I think we can all agree that black Uggs are not acceptable attire for a funeral....EVER. You may think you look like the hottest girl in town wearing your boots everywhere and for every occasion but you don't. Inevitably, I will point my finger and start making fun of you.