Brenda’s Blog – January 26, 2021
“That deserves a T shirt.”
The man responded to a witty comment made by his lunch partner.
Good one, I thought.
In graduate school I had a professor who refused to wear clothing or drive a vehicle adorned with logos or signage. “I am not paid to be a walking advertisement.”
How things have changed since the 1970s!
Tee shirts are now highly prized space to flaunt social, religious, or commercial allegiances. Coming babies are announced with bold arrows on protruding abdomens; political affiliations leave no question as slogans spread across chests and backs.
What in your life deserves a tee? What wordless message do we transmit?
For whom are we serving as a sandwich board? Is it a good trade-off? Just a thought.