“It is better to travel well than to arrive.” - Buddha So true! But at some point we must arrive someplace- and when we do, we need to exit a car. Ideally, gracefully - no embarrassing flashing of body parts for us! When getting out of the car, the key is to keep your knees and ankles close together. Sit in the seat next to the door you wish to exit out of, sliding to the outer edge of the seat. Slowly twirl your body toward the door and firmly place both feet on the ground.
As most of us continue to stay home a bit more than usual due to the pandemic - we can now review and practice some of the rules of hat etiquette so that when we do venture out to a baseball game, a wedding, a religious service, a garden party, or a ski lodge (you get the idea ...), we can wear our hats with confidence. Why are we talking about hats now? When the cooler fall weather arrives, most of us start adding additional accessories to our wardrobes, including hats - cap