Did you all have a nice weekend?
Let's play a Jax game and each tell a story.
I spent my Saturday at the Belmont Race Track with my family.
It was a fun day filled with lots food, gambling, and laughs.
...and by gambling I mean losing all my money...
We splurged on the tickets and were seated near the elite, high rollers.
I spent the day eavesdropping on their rich talk conversations and admiring their fancy clothes.
They bet by the 100s and sipped on fancy cocktails.
We bet singles and ate egg plant parm heros that my grandmother snuck in her purse.
It was like watching Real Housewives of the Belmont Stakes!
That's when my family started making higher bets, hid the heros, and fluffed up our outfits.
We started engaging in ridiculous talk about ridiculous problems.
"Grandmother, the Chanel dress that I wanted was already purchased from that boutique!!"
"I hope that Alfred remembers to pick us up on time. That driver is unpredictable!"
"I have to take my tea cup Chihuahua, Jewels, to get her nails done. They're a disgrace!"
We even started doing the rich person laugh, flicking our hair, and made up a summer home in the Hamptons.
When it was time to leave it was hard to get out of character, but that just made us laugh more.
While it was fun to pretend for a day, acting all prestigious seems exhausting.
Then again, the real money might make it a little less tiresome...
Did you ever pretend to be someone else for a day?