As it was 36 F this morning, I brought out my viking hat. This is a good time to share my post from last December. After being in the closet for 6 months, who knows what this hat will get up to this winter. Brace yourselves…
The first hint that our household was about to be turned upside-down was seeing this visage one night when I awoke. All had changed. The Viking Cometh.
What I didn’t realize at the time is that a hat had invaded my life and glommed onto me. There was something mystical yet annoying about this hat. It did odd things and in odd ways.
Like the time it went missing.
I searched and searched for the hat. I mean, seriously, who knows what a Viking hat on the loose might actually do? And then there it was. Sitting on top of our pink crystal light. Some mystical flashback to the Vikings sailing under the Aurora Borealis?
Look at this. It’s acting like it belongs right on top of that lamp. Of course, our house could have burned down. The trickster.
But the mystical tricks were just starting. Can you imagine? It tried…
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I’m in the middle of watching Vikings on Amazon Prime. It’s great – strong characters, interesting storylines, tensions between the Norse religion and Christianity – but, no viking hats. I’ve not seen one character wearing a hat with horns.
I have a festival hat, a small round hat with a bead pattern on it. I don’t know if I’ll get to any more festivals, I feel I’m getting a bit old for all the camping etc. But if I do I’ll have to try and find the hat.
They’re like that, hats. Minds of their own.
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I LOVE the Viking series. You’re right, though. They forgot to wear their hats, lol. I’ll have to ask mine about that.