Time to dry clean THE HAT…sigh…the end of the 2018 Winter OlympicsPosted: February 25, 2018
Every 4 years THE HAT comes out to be worn for two weeks.
It’s the same version of the 2010 Winter Olympics Hat that Lindsey Vonn was photographed in during Vancouver…and sits in a small NYC apartment, unused, except for 14 days every 4 years.
After 20,160 minutes*3 Olympics…it needs dry cleaning.
Beyond wearing the hat, dievca tries to watch as many Olympic Sporting Events as she can. Including:
- The amazing talented and in-shape Norwegian Skiers
- Women’s Hockey Gold Medal Game
- American Women winning the CC Team Sprint
- The Dutch Speed Skating Powerhouses
- Nathan Chen falling apart, then getting it together.
- North Korean Cheerleaders
- Etc., Etc., Etc.
- As dievca writes this, speed skating is on.
Something beyond watching the Olympic Games at home and with friends, has been the media posts:
Lindsey Vonn lost to this Snowboarder turned Downhill Skier, Ester Ledecka, from the Czech Republic, who celebrated with KFC:
Other fantastic Tweets:
CHLOE KIM – 17 Year Old Snowboard Gold Medalist
TRAVEL ADVISORY FROM THE GERMAN FOREIGN OFFICE:
AND FIGURE SKATING’S ADAM RIPPON WAS ON FIRE:
MORE ADAM TWEETS HERE:
So as dievca packs to get to her Dad, tomorrow — THE HAT will be taken off and placed in the dry cleaning pile. Wearing THE HAT and watching the 2018 PyeongChang Winter Olympics has brought a lot of Joy to dievca during a rough two-week period. Isn’t it ridiculous how silly things can make one so happy. Ah, well…I am a simple dievca. 😘