We especially love to read all of the fun stories that come into Hatquarters, because we get to experience the Sisterhood through the wonderful words that Hatters share with us.This week, Queen of Jean, Norma, took us on a little adventure with her Cardinal C's Chapter of British Columbia, Canada, and we wanted to share it with you.
Every year, these Canadian Hatters take what they call a Ladies Ultra Short Holiday. This was their third year hosting this event, and they chose to spend it in the historic downtown area of Victoria, BC.
The ladies took a tour of the Parliament Buildings and they spoke with Mary Ellen Smith, the first woman to both be elected into the BC Government and sit in the Provincial Legislature in 1918. Now it's not uncommon for Hatters to attract attention wherever they go, so it was no surprise that these ladies were filmed by a local cable company at the entrance of the Parliament Buildings to be included in a music video.
The ladies also visited the Butterfly Gardens where they realized that their bright regalia not only attracted the attention of passers-by, but it really drew the butterflies to them. In fact, some butterflies would land on their hats and ride around with the Hatters for a bit.
Thank you for sharing this wonderful story Queen Norma! It's always exciting to read about the many adventures Hatters embark on with their Sisters!
Do you have a story that you would like to share? Please send it to Stories@redhatsociety.com.