According to the Dashboard feature on this blog, this makes for my 100th blog post. And I would like you to know that I put a lot of thought into what I ought to do to commemorate this particular little milestone. Set off fireworks? Do a song-and-dance number? Have Patrick Stewart guest-star on this blog? Which one should I do?
Then I realized that pretty much all of those would take either money or extra work to make happen, and seeing as I'm stingy and somewhat on the lazy side, none of those were going to work for me (also, I don't know Patrick Stewart.) So I opted instead to go for the cheap/time-efficient route: take a bunch of pictures of hats I own/have access to.
Hey, I gotta work with what I got. And here's a sampling of what I've got:
Well, there's a Retro-G hat, for starters.
And then there's this flowery one, which apparently makes me make really stupid faces when I wear it.
And this pillbox I got from my husband's grandmother (Vintage + Free = FTW,) which I recently discovered perfectly matches my long-sleeved T-shirt. Bonus!
The Paddington hat, as it is affectionately called by my husband and Rufus The Roommate.
Okay, okay; I fully admit that I am not--nor have I ever been--a member of the military. And yet, it is impossible to wear a military-style cap and not salute. IMPOSSIBLE, I TELL YOU.
Remember this post? Well, this is the ninja bunny hat completely undone. The length of the ears are longer than my admittedly small arm span.
Of course, if I show the ninja bunny hat, that means I have to show it in the full-on ninja stage. It's like giving a mouse a cookie.
...I do this for you, Internets. Not for me: FOR YOU.
Of all the Retro-G hats, I have to admit this one is my favorite. Not sure why, but something about it appeals to me.
And then there's this newsboy cap. Which is not all that terribly wild or fantastic, but it is kinda cute.
And that's it for this week. But before I skedaddle, I just want to take a moment to say thanks and RAWR to Rufus The Roommate for helping with today's post (she supplied many of the hats and took many of the photos,) and I also want to say thanks to all of you; if it weren't for your readership, this blog probably wouldn't have made it this far.
So, seriously, thank you. I mean that from the bottom of my hat-loving little heart, and I'll be back next week.