Could You Design An Uglier Uniform?


Welcome to Delta Airlines, where we dress our stews in the most unappealing clothes ever.

Miss your drudge of a wife?  Just take a look at our girl, with her unfashionable attire, her bland shoes and hair that looks like it came from a box.

Yes, she’s no floor show, she’s just your own servant while you fly the friendly skies. Her name is Carol, but it could be Virginia or Linda.  Who cares, really?  You’ll always feel like a leading man, no matter which of our working girls services you. 

Because we’re Delta, and Delta is ready when you are.

Sorry about the lack of posts everyone.  I am fighting just to keep my sanity at this point.  I am not beating the depression this time, it’s beating me.


Lynn said…
Cute post. Hard to believe they made their stewardesses wear that. And sorry to hear about your depression. That stinks. I was having major hormone-related issues the last couple years but found some vitamin stuff that is helping immensely. I hope you find something that helps you make it through.
Gosh- you can't let it win! FIGHT!
we love you!
3 doxies said…
Hehehehehe...hers a purty thang. Yea, I was gigglin' dat da ad said her was a workin' girl.

Laaaaaady, you must not lets dis win overs you! You is waaaaaay stronger than dat depression, I knows it!
Depression is hard and I knows cuz my mum has dealt withs it since her was 16 years old...actually younger than dat but her was diagnosed at 16 rather.
We is thinkin bouts you immensely!

fromsophiesview said…
MMMmmmmAaaaSsive hugs, Barb...and a deep throat lick...will that help!
houndstooth said…
A working girl, eh? I'm not touching that one! Fear of disease and all...
I think I should write a note on the sign at work that says "Your Mom doesn't work here" - she works at Delta Airlines. Though I am not saying Mom is a working girl - but that outfit!

You have every reason to be in emotional turmoil right now. Have been there and want to tell you that taking care of yourself is the best way to respond. Many people are behind you.
Golden Samantha said…
Oh brother... I remember those days; have some pals who used to be "stews" back then - they had to put up with so much, both from airlines and passengers. So sorry that you're feeling as if depression is winning; that DOES stink - we're thinking of you lots and sending you giant hugs and wishes for brighter days ahead fur you. We think it's amazing that you're able to keep posting, even if fewer than you are used to creating - good job -
With hugs xoxoxoxo
Sammie and Avalon
Oskar said…
Oskar's mom person Pam here. I feel your pain. I am battling my bi-polar without my meds! They were causing problems with my liver so they pulled me off everything. I'm a mess & I understand where you're coming from. You're not alone.

Hugs & love,
Pam & Oskar
Bocci said…
I love your blog and your wonderful wit. Please hang in there! Great post, by the way:-)

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