Even though I live in Minnesota
That hat is crazy and you know it. Bu I wasn't so much concerned by the hat as I was by the small planets that were orbiting Ms. Franklin.
Darling Dr. Monkey, you funny guy: I'm considering sending you your own hat, something with sequins and searchlights on the top. Start looking for shoes to match.As far as the celestial body that is Ms. Franklin: You just can't put every big voice in a tiny box. It's all gotta come from somewhere. Call it ballast. Did you like her rendition?
Franklin was HOT and she looks smaller than she has in recent years.And MN Mom already mentioned how I feel about that hat! Oh I LOVE fancy hats!And fedoras on guys! HANDSOME.Think of how stimulating it would be to the millinery economy!
That hat was an awesome Sunday morning go to church hat. Not quite as full-on as an Easter parade hat, but close.I didn't see her until after, but I heard her on the radio, and thought her voice was pretty bad, actually. She sounded screechy.
Okay, it is Aretha Franklin. She has worn MUCH crazier stuff than that hat.
I loved it! Crazy yes...but also elegant!
Girl she looked adorable. I just hope that the person sitting behind her in church when she wears it again is sitting on a stack of phone books. I love big old hats, I just don't like sitting behind the old lady wearing it to Sunday service. All you can see is the back of that head. No choir, no preacher, those hats are so big, they even block out Jesus!
As my former boss Cyndi would say "Mmmmm hmmmm. She was WEARING that crown!"I loved it.
i loved that damn hat too
I loved that thing, and I thought she rocked it!___________________JulieLock in your price today for Your favorite channels - and keep it there until 2010!
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