In the past year AT & T launched a series of commercials which I find quite charming. Each features a "father" figure (actually a "teacher" figure) seated at a kindergarten size table with four different small children. In each vignette he poses a question of choice to the children who come up with quite illogical but usually delightful answers. I'm not sure though I'd like this little guy to be my grandson. Needless to say, since AT & T is a mega phone company, several of the choices involve size.
What's this got to do with me? I was harassed for sometime by comments about the large bag I carried. "Women are always rummaging in their purses for their keys", "Have you ever stood behind a woman in the grocery store when she is looking in her purse for her checkbook?""One of your shoulders is going to be lower than the other!"That last remark is particularly hard when my purse is carrying HIS prayerbook, HIS gloves . . . and the list goes on.
So I am giving up and going back to a larger purse. One large enough to put a cheetah in.