Note: If you have cats, you might as well get them to model some things every now and again.
Sadly, this is the best I could do with Moses. Rameses ran and hid the second I opened the box.
For those of you who follow the Twitter or fanned the Facebook page, you might recall my mentioning sometime earlier this month about having won a raffle for one of Chef Bizzaro Millinery's hats; if you don't happen to bother with either of those forms of social media, then consider yourself brought up to date.
In any event, the point I'm trying to make is that my box full of goodies has arrived, and I feel compelled to do a little Show and Tell. To start with:
There's two sheets of stickers, which makes me nostalgic for the days when sticker-collecting was a thing.
I got not one, not two, but THREE different mustache veils (because variety is the spice of life, natch.)
And they're not just any mustache veils. Oh, no--these suckers are SPARKLY mustache veils. Because anybody can have a fake mustache, but not everyone can rock a glittery mustache on a veil.
But the pièce de résistance is, of course, the hat:
And not jut any kind of hat, mind you--heck no. It's a Star Wars hat, complete with a prominent display of that most famous of Sith Lords, Darth Vader himself.
I think it suits me rather nicely, even if that whole "photogenic" thing still eludes me. But that's not all:
I GOT A SECOND HAT. Which, thanks to Amanda at Chef Bizzaro Millinery, I get the honor of raffling off myself, along with one of the sheets of stickers and your choice of mustache veil (because I like to share a good thing when I can.) To enter, all you have to do is head over to the Heinous Hats Facebook page and Like the link to today's post. The deadline for entry is 12 AM EST Sunday, June 24, 2012, but I would heartily suggest you enter now instead of putting it off until later.
And just because a little gratitude goes a long way, here I am, saying "thanks" to Amanda for my amazing new hat:
My penmanship: It sucks nearly as bad as my ability to take a decent self-photo. But the sentiment is entirely genuine.
And on that note, see you next week!