Four years ago Susan purchased a dress to wear for her husband's daughter's wedding. It was off the rack from a nice store and Susan was very excited because it was everything she wanted in a dress. The neckline was flattering, the fabric was the proper weight to glide gracefully o'er her bumpy parts and there was enough support in the bodice to get away without wearing a brassiere.
The other evening while conversating with the husband at the dining room table, Susan was casually looking through an Arts section from the New York Times that was two months overdue for the recycling bin.
Down at the bottom of page C 5 was a big, beautiful soprano wearing Susan's dress.