Revelations of the Day’s Time
A place to hang your hat so rarely fits in with the American home of the modern day. Surely, we can hang our hats over the edges of banisters or dangling from our bedposts but what effort does it really take to simply install a board, perhaps 6 inches by 2 feet, made of a nice pine or oak stained to taste and, affixed to which, three basic wooden pegs: one for your cowboy hat, one for your cap, and another for a winter sherpa beanie.
When explaining my situation to the hosting company:
I’m just saying, if I bought a dog off of you and you shipped it to me in a box, and I took a month to open up the box and when I did, I found a dead cat, well I regardless of the thing dying or not, you shipped me the wrong animal!