In Stockholm, many businesses can be found in one building. While looking for directions to a doctor’s appointment, I noticed that the address was listed as a place called “Pizza Hatt.”
First, I will state the obvious, in that the owners are hoping a few people will be confused between the words Hut and Hatt and will just give up and eat there once they arrive.
Second, I was very disappointed I was not offered pizza at my doctor’s appointment.
And finally, a friend of mine sent me this picture as she was convinced the place must sell actual Pizza Hats.
I did some shopping at a “Vintage” store the other day. I found 3 things that I used to own. That’s just not right. I’m not that old. These were things from the 1980s. How can that be vintage? Vintage should be the 20s – 60s. Not tacky see-through green sun visors that I wore on my trip to Disneyworld.
I also found one of my old skirts and an awful jacket I used to wear. I better start saving my current clothes. I’ll probably be able to sell those to the Vintage store by next month.
The temperature is right at freezing and rainy. I put my youngest son in warm socks and a hat and he is sweating. I take off the socks and hat and he is freezing.
My solution – Make a lot of money, my dear boy, and move us all to a country with a nice mild climate.
The boy is not amused.