First of all, nice picture, me! Second, did anyone notice whether the mini-globe that used to be in the shot, to the left of “The Soul of America,” is still there? It seems to have disappeared.
But to Judy’s neckline. Love it. Love the tiny scalloping. Paired with the midnight blue of the silk dress (?) shirt (?), it doesn’t look frowsy. The color also works with her new shade of hair, and of course, those arresting blue eyes.
How many drop earrings does Judy have? These are translucent blue. I guess it works, IF you think that drop earrings belong in the workplace at all.
I must revert to a comment in an earlier post, where I said I admired Judy for her necklines. Do you remember the Nora Ephron book, “I Feel Bad About My Neck?” I do:
Well, Judy doesn’t.
That’s really big, for you non-females out there. The first edition of Ephron’s book had a picture of the author with a turtleneck pulled up to her mouth. I felt like that today when, wearing what I thought was a sporty long-sleeved-t, I prepared for a Zoom meeting by checking my look in the computer’s camera. That might have been an error. My neck was all spotty and wrinkly, pretty much like anyone’s my age.
Judy has likely had work done above the neck but that is absolutely BEYOND the scope of this blog – off-limits – but I have always read that the neck doesn’t lie. That makes it all the better that this beauty bares her neck for all to see, every damn day.
80,000 COVID-19 deaths in the U.S. and unemployment is at the highest level since the Great Depression. but, as The Onion put it, “Experts Warn Unemployment Rate Could Soon Rise To America Is The Greatest Country In The World.” The whole piece is worth reading, so click on the article’s title.