Wednesday, June 2, 2010

My New Pink Hat--What A Nice Surprise!

Look at my new hat that came in the mail for me from Lucky Lady. She is a two-time Cancer survivor who I recently sponsored in the walk for life relay. I have a very tiny head and the adjustable strap is practically all the way over to the smallest setting.  I've received a few compliments on it and wear it proudly.

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10 comments:

Daisy said...

Oh, it looks pretty! My Mommeh has a small head, too.

Kathy said...

It's pretty, Karen. Doesn't pink always make you feel good? (I know Daisy would agree).

As for me, I'd probably need an extension on the strap, as my head is of the enormous variety, plus with all my thick hair....

Sandee said...

And proud you should be. Excellent.

Have a terrific day Karen. :)

The Blonde Duck said...

Pink hats are always a wonderful addition to a day!

Lucky Lady said...

It is nice on you and it was nice of you to donate on my relay for life when all you know about me is from on line someday maybe we can meet I will walk one lap on June 12

Rebecca Mecomber said...

Karen, it looks great!! Pink is your color! That's a lovely photo of you.

BeadedTail said...

Your hat looks wonderful and you should certainly be proud!

Sparkle the Designer Cat said...

You and that very cool hat get four paws up! A very good friend of my human's was NOT a breast cancer survivor...

Karen & Gerard Zemek said...

Daisy: I knew you would like it!

Kathy: Gerard has a big head and not all caps fit him.

Sandee: I am glad to wear it.

Blonde Duck: I never had a pink hat before.

Lucky Lady: I consider anyone who reads my book a friend--online or otherwise. It would be fun to actually meet my blogging friends in person some day.

Rebecca & Beaded Tail: Thanks!

Sparkle: Thanks for the 4 paws up! Very sad about your human's friend.

Mountain Woman said...

I love your hat. I use "think pink" fly sheets and fly masks on the horses and "think pink" blankets in the winter. Every little bit helps for breast cancer research.

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