Pineapple Sniffer

Thursday, September 28, 2017

Pineapple Sniffer

The time I wore a mini plaid dress and held a pineapple fruit.

How are you folks, doing? I’m back with a post. I wore this dress to go outside the house and stand by the corner one fine day. Instead of holding a bag, I decided to hold a fruit and sniff it instead.

And how fortunate I was that particular day, as my mom had bought her most favorite tropical fruit and it was none other than the great pineapple.

I don’t have shoes that are of the feminine nature so I slipped into mom’s shoes. Not just her shoes, I got her pineapple to borrow too. The only way I can stomach a pineapple is to have a small piece of it chewed down really quickly as I find the taste too strong for my tongue. I also take the fruit in the form of a spicy Malay dish cooked with the pineapple and I will carefully leave out the pineapple bits.

Not a fan of the pineapple, I must admit that I do appreciate the look of it. Though it looks nothing like any apple, it’s a fruit that you can easily identify from a distance. If you had to use your hand and identify it by texture, you are highly likely to make a correct guess.

As for me holding on to the strong-tasting fruit one evening, there was no specific reason for it as I just felt like doing so. I even got my cats to gather around it for a sniff but they quickly got over it. My photographer directed me to go nuts with the poses. I actually did and had quite a laugh.

However, I chose to show you the mellow snapshots instead with me looking like I was ready for Halloween.

pineapple sniffer outfit of the day / Shanaz AL
pineapple sniffer outfit of the day / Shanaz AL
pineapple sniffer outfit of the day / Shanaz AL

The outfit was made out of a thrifted mini plaid dress in the blue and green color scheme. A pair of shoes. And a pineapple.

Well, what do you think of this outfit? What other fruit would you prefer to pair it with? You know how I love reading your comments, so be sure to type a long one!

Here's a quote to end this entry by Sylvia Boorstein:

“Mindfulness meditation doesn't change life. Life remains as fragile and unpredictable as ever. Meditation changes the heart's capacity to accept life as it is. It teaches the heart to be more accommodating, not by beating it into submission, but by making it clear that accommodation is a gratifying choice.”

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