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Old 08-05-2008, 02:08 PM   #11
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Old 08-05-2008, 09:00 PM   #12
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Here is DH...just home from the route, unshaven...but he consented to model for us!



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Old 08-05-2008, 10:37 PM   #13
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Hey the unshaven look just makes it look all the more rustic and handsome. Him and the hat that is
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Nice hat for John!!
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Lol I'm jealous of the hat! I made a Jester Hat last night and added pom poms. I've never knitted a hat before since I only stuck with knitting scarves. Well, I should have casted on more than 18 stitches. I kinda broke the hat since my head is too big. I'll use measurements next time.
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Your DH looks very handsome in his Manly-Man hat (very cool hat, too, btw!)!
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I have a stash of yarn in the colors that a Jamaican would wear...you know...the Rastafarian Jamaican Mon. My DH likes those color combinations. Won't that make a great hunting hat?? DH looks to be very conservative, but inside lurks a NATIVE AMERICAN, a JAMAICAN, and a SOUTH AFRICAN! In actuality, he's a green eyed German Irishman! I dunno what he's doing with me!

But, I guess I'm not exactly classic American. My Mom is Swedish, my Dad is Spanish-Filipino. That makes me MESTIZA (mixed).
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