Saturday, November 20, 2010

A Hat, A Mirror, and Me

It was just sitting there
My weakness woven in bold red
What was I to do?
I don't know how that happened.


10 comments:

Finding Pam said...

Mimi, we must be related. Red woven hats are my down fall. I bought one to wear to garden club. A sweet elderly friend gave me an antique hat of hers which I word in a church play. In fact I love hats,but not many women wear them anymore.

Have a great week end.

Ann Tracy said...

Love the hat... once I move back to the East Coast, I'm sure I'll be wearing more hats too!

Travis Cody said...

Mimi and hats. It's like peanut butter and jelly. Or bacon and eggs.

Xmichra said...

heehee.. well, it's not a harmful addiction at any rate ;)

Akelamalu said...

I love hats on other people, on me they just look like a pea on a drum! LOL

Tell me you bought it and took it home. :)

Karen Wallace said...

I love your blog. Just spent 20 minutes reading older posts, you are so poetic, funny and brilliant. Hugs Karen

Charles Gramlich said...

A truly lovely hat.

bazza said...

Bring back compulsory hat-wearing, that's what I say! They are so darn sexy!

Sir Tom Eagerly said...

I agree with young Bazza, especially when they're red! (Sir Tom mops his brow with a silk handkerchief)

Bluezy said...

I once saw a whole group of red hatters at a restaurant table and had to ask. It was too much of a coincidence. It was the red hat society!
I have to always stop at the sunglasses stand. I understand the uncontrollable urge.

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