While I couldn't get the whole thing to scan, the important part is there. Boy, I'm glad he didn't think to put "My mama wants to sleep all the time."
Tuesday, April 10, 2012
This Easter, I was sorely disappointed by the lack of Easter hats at the church service I attended. Didn't there used to be an Easter hat tradition?
Unfortuantely, this wanton disregard for head coverings made of shiny, wicker-like material appears to transcend religious factions. I asked a friend of mine if she saw any Easter hats at her church; and she, sadly, had not. Not a single one.
Now, some of you may say this rant is woefully hypocritical because my head was bare as well--but, in my defense, I didn't have any feathers or fake flowers on hand with which to decorate my baseball cap. I'm also under the age of 60.
I had thought I could depend on those mature, fashionable women who have the confidence to flaunt an oversized, gaudy hat in style. Where have they gone? Where, I ask you?!
So I'm making a New Year's resolution. (Yes, in April.) I'm on a mission to bring back the institiution of the Easter hat. Something tasteful will do. Something along the lines of this perhaps.
(Pink has always been my color.)
With a little luck (and a few hot glue guns), I predict a future of Easter happiness:
May we all be as happy in our hats!