Wednesday, 9 September 2009

ABC Wednesday Round 5 H Hats

As the warm protective covering of HAIR on HIS HEAD diminishes, Barry favours HATS.Not all the HEADGEAR is HIS. There is a school HAT in the HEAP from the HALCYON days of Bethan's primary school.

When cycling he wears a HELMET to save his HEAD from HARM He was never HIRSUTE - he is not an HAIRY man like 'my brother Esau.'

Thank you to Mrs Nesbitt for hosting this enjoyable meme.
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10 comments:

  1. that's great--you can never have too many hats. :)

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  2. Smart man for wearing a bicycle helmet and what a lovely collection of hats. You're more than ready for the colder months.

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  3. Cathy - Barry keeps adding to his collection; we're running out of places to put them ;-)
    Denise - summer hats, winter hats, caps, woollen hats, baseball caps - I can't keep up!

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  4. Ah, great post for the H day! My son has a stack of hats, I have none -- don't even wear them in the winter -- don't know why, I love hats, just don't wear them!

    Have a great day!

    Sylvia

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  5. Ooh Sylvia - a woman after my own heart! I love hats and have only JUST got back into the occasional habit of wearing them - it's just one more thing to think about as you step out of the door ;-)

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  6. All those hats! I nearly had hats in my post, too ... well I do have one, but it's not the main focus. ;)

    Fun post! On behalf of the team, thanks for taking part in ABC Wednesday this week. :)

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  7. Love the picture of all the hats!

    My tenth-graders are reading Othello and I had them bring in weird hats for each character so when we're acting out the scenes, we'll know who is who. They are all sitting on a table in my classroom. Your post convinced me that I need to take a picture of them! Thanks!

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  8. Linda - my pleasure! I'm so pleased to read that you're teaching Shakespeare and I'm sure your students will retain vivid memories because of your imaginative approach.

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  9. Linda - an Othello blog for your students - wow!

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