|First Place: Vlad Straticiuc|
|Second Place: Jill Humphries|
The second reason for this post is to answer some of the questions I will be receiving--as I did last week-- when I attend class on Thursday night. Everyone will want to know who won, what did the hats look like, what were the prizes, etc. So, a picture is worth a thousand words, and hopefully most of their questions will be answered before I return to class.
|Third Place: Marie Hennessey Halewood|
|Peoples' Choice: Ama Mbeaba Quarshie|
Third, for my Facebook friends, with all of the activity on Facebook because of the millinery competition, I saw some Facebook friends' feeds that I have not seen for a long time. I think how it works is that only the most recent friends show up in the feed. What this means is that you see a small group of people over and over. With me these people are mostly in groups. This is not a bad thing, but what happens is that you miss some really great posts from other friends. So drop in on me every once in a while, and I will do the same with you. It was so good seeing all of you creative people again. If you are not a follower of my blog, stop in, follow me, and sign up for the email updates. Once again thanks for all of your support and votes.
Why Do the Pretty Hats Always Have to Win?