First off, check out the outfit I wore the other day to church – - I think it was a home run! I bought these shoes at a garage sale ($1) and had to come up with something to wear them with (just ignore the toes in need of a desperate paint job!):
And then I bought this necklace when I wandered into Charming Charlie’s for the first time – necklace and earrings for $12 total – yes! You may not know this, but my least favorite color is bright red, and navy is pretty high up on the unlike list, but I’m trying to branch out. And I really liked this where the colors were paired together:
Now, for today’s WIWW question for you:
You know how you see people wearing hats and they;re a “hat person”. Well, I’m not a “hat person” – I just think I look silly in them. But I thought it’d probably because I don’t wear them, so when I do where them I think it’s odd. And what makes someone a “hat person” anyways – probably just that they’re up for wearing a hat. So, I bought a hat (and blinged it up) so I could become a “hat person”
But I still feel a little silly wearing it. So, the question is, do you think I can be a “hat person”??
Side note, I kind of think it makes my ears stick out.
Double side note – you’ve probably noticed by now, but I was born with a cleft lip/palate and have had about a dozen corrective plastic surgeries growing up. One of those times, when meeting for a consultation with my plastic surgeon, he noticed that my ears kind of stuck out and told my mom “we don’t want the other kids making fun of her when she goes to school – let’s just pin those back while we’re in there”. So when I was in for surgery on my lip (I think I was about 4) I also had my ears pinned back – wahoo! Here are some pictures from that Easter: