If you’ve been reading this blog for a while, you know that I wear a lot of hats.
So what’s the point? Hats almost caused a break up between my brother and I several times when we lived at home. You see, I fell in love with Titleist hats. My brother was golf freak growing up (and is now a CPGA Professional and teaches here, if you’re in Montreal and need lessons look him up!) so I ALWAYS stole his hats to use for workouts. Not a big deal right? WRONG. I’m a very salty sweater, and would end up ruining his hats. This caused A LOT of tension.
As a result, there is not a holiday that goes by that he doesn't get me a hat and Foot Joy socks. (Foot Joy makes AMAZING technical socks!) This year was no different.. I got 2 great Nike Golf hats in both pink and black.
Sorry Patrick, I have managed to sweat up my new hat already.
Spinning is sweaty work!
I originally started wearing hats when I started my weight loss journey, as I had very short hair. I liked that a hat kept the hair from bouncing all over, while acting as a sweat absorber all at the same time.
Speaking of short hair, remember when I made the chop in April?
Turns out, short hair wasn’t really for me. I loved the way it looked, I really did. I think though, it drew attention from the opposite sex… if you know what I mean?
I’ve been growing it out since June and I’m happy to report: I have a pony tail! WOO HOO!
Yah, its a little pathetic… but its still a pony tail!
Wow.. there are a lot of pictures of me in this post. Sorry about that.
Have a great night!