Monday, September 13, 2010

Oh Hazel!

Hazel regrets her choice of gloves. Clearly white is out after Labor Day. Oh the shame!

Play along on this Microfiction Monday!!

17 comments:

quilly said...

LOL! Looks like we both fixated on those white gloves! Hazel must be Tony's sister!

jabblog said...

White for summer, black for winter . . .

Thom said...

LOL women and having to be color coordinated to fit the season. LOL. Good one. :)

Peggy said...

Becca;

Thank God we(women) have winter white to wear. Ha
Good one made me chuckle.

Akelamalu said...

Hazel should know that white gloves went out with the Ark! ;)

steveroni said...

Hazel might come to Naples FL where white is 'in' all year...unless the temperature sinks below 45 F deg.

A 'fun' micro.....thanks!

BeccA's Buzz said...

@Steveroni, I always wear white, I couldn't care less about those old school legalistic 'traditions'. Maybe I'd fit right in in Naples LOL

Thanks for the comments everyone!

sylviamorice said...

A true fashion faux-pas! Or was she simply a woman who was ahead of her time! I think the 'white after Labour Day' rule has expired! LOL
Have a great week. Cheers!

Bill ~ {The Old Fart} said...

Poor Hazel, How embarrassing, I laughed at Quilly's comment as well.

Ms.Daisy said...

For shame, Hazell! How could you! I like this because way back then it.was.a.crime. to wear white after Labor Day! LOL!



~Jean

Pat said...

Oh, the shame. Hazel should have known better. Her mother must not have taught her such things.

Nessa said...

For shame. Her mother will never let her forget it.

Diane said...

Good one. Have a great week! :O)

hope said...

I think the hat is worse than the fashion police can bear. :)

KB said...

It;s bad enough they have to wear those hats...oh the shame. Nice take on the pic.

Ellie said...

LOL. And she was worried abouth clothes instead of the hat?! LOL. Great take on the picture.
Russia, spies and sputnik! Genius. I loved it.

p.s. I’m running a competition this week and holding a blogfest in November. If you get time, pop along and have a look.

Susan at Stony River said...

Indeed - she can't even look her sister in the eye -- and that sister is looking mighty smug! ROFL I'm sorry it took me a whole week to visit and comment, but this was worth the wait!