It’s the time of year when my big garden hat is handily located right inside our back door. Each time I step outside to “garden”—code for sitting in a lawn chair and enjoying a good book—I plunk it on top of my head. When I come back in I take it off and put it right back in its place.
In the United States (probably other countries too), My hat’s off to you is an expression we say to someone who’s done something we respect and admire.
In France, chapeau means hat, but chapeau! (with an exclamation mark) is used to express appreciation and approval.
Who is your hat off to?
“Whatever you are not changing, you are choosing.”
— Laurie Buchanan
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