By: Blonde Two
Yesterday morning, I woke up with a most unusual worry ferreting around my head. I was unpleasantly surprised by this as it is usually Blonde One’s job to do the worrying (we like to share tasks out equally – for example, road rage is my job)!
Before I tell you about the worry, let me explain the circumstances that led up to it;
1. We were about to spend a day on Dartmoor with some youngsters.
2. The weather forecast had said warmth and sunshine (lovely but you must admit, a bit unusual these days).
3. I had discovered the night before that wearing an underwired bra can cause reverse polarity in your compass. This resulted in a big debate with myself about the equally distressing options of having bouncy boobs or getting lost.
4. I had looked up a reminder about what you should do to stay safe out on the hills in a thunderstorm. Three bits of advice had stuck in my head – don’t sit in a cave, do sit on your rucksack and put all metal things away from you.
Have you worked out what I was worrying about yet? I would be surprised if you have, a Two Blondes mind is a very odd place to be sometimes. I was worrying about whether or not I would be more likely to get struck by lightening if I was wearing an underwired bra. In the end I decided that I didn’t have time to worry and got out of bed to eat my porridge. If anyone has an answer to my question, I would be interested to know.
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