I just couldn't resist. It took me three months to read Women in Hats by Judy Sheehan. I love hats. I knew there was a play in the book about a woman who owned a hat shop. It was supposed to be a book with humor. It wasn't. So, here's my interpretation of Woman in Hats.
(The over-fifty Red Hat look)
(The just one of the kids look)
(The floppy black Arizona hat)
(The worker's hat, worn when I resigned my job in Florida)
Now, THAT is Woman in Hats.
A Conversation with I.J. Parker - * * Award-winning author Ingird (I. J.) Parker was born in Munich, Germany, and arrived in the U.S. in 1960 to marry her Texan husband while a student at ...
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