July 29, 2012

Autumn Breeze




Breakdown: dress- Kensie via Dillard's (super duper sale... it was missing the belt), sandals- TJ Maxx, rings & earrings- thrifted, shades- Michael Kors via Stein Mart (years ago)

I wore autumnal colors today with hopes of bringing in some fall weather with them. It didn't work. Instead, it was blazing hot outside and the air conditioners at church froze. This situation sounds faintly like my grocery store line choosing abilities. You see, I always pick the seemingly short line that turns out to be the longest time-wise. Even when I try to psych myself out and get in my second choice line, it backfires. Do tell, what is the science behind choosing good lines at the grocery store?

-Sarah


2 comments:

  1. Pick a line at the end. Assuming it's random, there's only a 50% chance that the one next to you will move faster. If you pick one in the middle with a line on either side, there's a 67% chance that a line next to you will move faster.

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