When the Duchess of Cambridge walked out of the hospital wearing a yellow dress and carrying her new daughter, Charlie, she appeared so radiant and pretty, Russian women questioned whether Kate was the birth mother. They also raised questions about Charlie. They thought she looked too doll like to have been born four hours earlier. Okay, it could have been Kate's egg and William's stuff, but placed in an empty womb for hire, and Kate wore pillows for nine months.
The Russian women haven't gone so far as to say out loud that the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge purchased the same fake belly - sold on eBay - that Julia Louis Dreyfus wore as Maggie in four episodes of Arrested Development, but someone purchased it…
Another mother wearing yellow was the Maryland mom who recognized her son throwing rocks at the police during the recent riots. Mother trailed son, told him to put down the brick and gave him a smacking never before witnessed on live television. He tried to walk away, but mother had the kid in her crosshairs. She went after him with a slap, bang, smack, and kapow lesson.
A third more threatening mother than the lady from Baltimore is Mother Nature. Mother Nature doesn't like 18,000-pound shock and awe bombs dropped on her planet. She obviously doesn't like fracking. There were only two earthquakes a year before fracking started in Oklahoma. In the last twelve months there have been 800. No connection?
In the sixties and seventies, every time the Atomic Energy Commission tested an underground nuclear devise in Nevada, San Francisco would be hit with an earthquake. No connection?
Bombs, fracking and grotesque high rises, disturb the plates that are part of the structure of the planet. Mother Nature isn't wearing a yellow dress, but the warning is clear: "Put down that brick," or more Nepals, tsunamis and Fukushimas.
Planet earth should be respected and cared for like a sleeping princess in the arms of a mother wearing a yellow dress or the other mother in a yellow dress will take over.