I get a catalog every month. It's the Athleta catalog. This catalog contains some of the finest of sportswoman fashions and I look forward to its reception. Each time I get the Athleta, I go through and circle the stuff I want. After I have circled the stuff I want, I put the catalog in the recycle bin. (We're garbage conscious folk, but obviously not conscious enough to get ourselves removed from the mailing list.)
Sometimes I order an item or two, but that's a once-or-twice-a-year kind of event. For some reason, the act of circling those wished-for items satiates the desire to order. It's weird. You should try it. It's serendipitously satiating.
Anyway, Yahoo #2 wanted to help me circle this time. I pointed to what I wanted and he did the circling. It was a good time.
First, we started with these legs. I want these legs. Sadly, they cannot be purchased for they are a combination of genes and work. Spouse wants these legs too.
Those are some hot legs. Admit it...
Next it was some shorts. In cocoa.
Then a strappy wedge. Black, size 7.
Seamless green tank with squiggle styling.
Complete ensemble with matching squiggle shorts.
Here's a pheasant feather fastigium, complete with chow chamber. Chow chambers are essential for endurance exercise. Also check out the back side of girl-with-legs (from above.) Meow.
After we were done circling, I attended to the task of dish washing, or some other life saving achievement, and left Yahoo #2 with the catalog. When I returned, the child had finished annotating the catalog. Here's what he came up with.
This girl was lonely. She needed some fish to run with.
Evidently, he was rather fond of this one -- notice the heart.
He liked this one too, but I'm not sure if it's the chick or the fact that she's surfing.
That Yahoo is one very funny boy, yes?