This French sign, which I love and which is translated below, is not hanging in the narthex of St. Michael's Cathedral but some days I think it should be.
The season of sales is a good time to make sensible and economic purchases.
Ladies who, for praiseworthy motives of thrift, have kept skirts from their childhood, might profit from the sales to obtain, at a good price, clothes corresponding to their adult measurements.
In other words, the dress of majorettes is not welcome at Saint Nicolas: which is not to say that they should dress as men…
- from the Hermeneutic of Continuity