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Every once in a while, Mother Nature likes to throw everyone a bone. For example, this week it's been nice outside. Really, really nice; the temperatures in the 60-70 range, clear skies and no trace of those nasty winds. If it weren't for the fact that most of the leaves are already down off the trees, I'd swear this was actually early October, not early November.
However, apparently not every living thing is alright with this sudden shift in weather. Why do I say this? Because the squirrels around here seem to have lost their furry little minds.
I'm not kidding. Yesterday, Rufus The Roommate and I went out on a quick errand, and during said errand we almost ran over three--count 'em, three--squirrels. That's an average of one squirrel every five minutes folks. Luckily, we managed to avoid them, but it seemed like every time we turned around there was a squirrel testing to see if it was their fate to become road pizza or not.
So seeing as I'm one of those types that takes inspiration from what goes on around me, guess what kind of hats we'll be looking at today?
First up, we've got this adorable cashmere hat, complete with the little ear tuft things.
And I'm certain that that is the scientific term for them. "Little ear tuft things".
The lesson we can all take away from this hat? Squirrels: They share the love.
Or, alternatively, that squirrels think love is of equal value to nuts. You make the call.
If you're one of those people who gives out matching hat-and-scarf sets during the Holidays, might I suggest this squirrelly set?
Does it look like it's giving people the stankeye? It looks to me like it's giving people the stankeye.
See you Friday!