There are certain times in my life that names, words, people come front of me with a scary coincidence. This week I came across the word ‘blue Jeans’. I was obsessed with the ‘concept’ from the moment I saw Johnny with his new light blue jeans and his light blue check shirt peeping out from his blue jumper and unconsciously exclaimed ‘darling you are so techno! Techno in Greek language means ‘gorgeous young man’ in English means a kind of music which is pain in the ears for the above 30s.I am not going to explain here, Johnny’s reaction to the word ‘techno’, for the simple reason, the misunderstanding and the surreal conversation is a constant situation in our house and it’s a bore! The only thing I would say, I envied his blue jeans and I would love to have a pair for this spring. I mentioned spring because is the diet’s season for everybody, they confess or not, and so for me. Having all these in my mind, I was reading David Mamet’s answers in Proust questionnaire -a kind of publicity about his new film ‘Redbelt’. David Mamet is an American producer director and play writer whose plays somebody can see in the new age theatres in the region of Psyri in Athens and probably in London and New York, I am not sure for the latter, if they are aware of him but probably the Greeks spread the word!. I like David Mamet for his smart edge dialogues with a pinch of cynicism. His answers in the questionnaire were topped with the same style. Q «What it means happiness for you? » M. «healthy and happiness in the world and die all the critics» Q «who is the perfect woman? » M «the woman that looks good in the blue jeans!!!! » ‘Here we are, Penelope’ thought! The next minute I was heading to Gap for a pair of blue jeans. I was lucky; I found the perfect fit for me! Before buying it I asked the sale assistant if it is safe to wear it without covering my lower back with a jumper. And the answer came to my ears like a stroke ‘You must feel very proud for your curves’!!! A cloud of dizziness covered my brain, but I thought at least she didn’t add ‘fatty’ after the word ‘curves’!!!! I felt an urgent to ask her ‘what curves?’ but again I avoided the Proust questionnaire and I bought it. I don’t know about Mamet’s reaction but Johnny is in love again...!!