Cardigan Relevance

Regular readers may recall the story of my lime green cardigan, the cardigan that has been blessed by Most Rev. Bishop Fougere and lauded by Ian Williams.

Today, by random chance, it appears that said cardigan has achieved relevance again: Americans, it seems from the evidence on the ground here in Dublin, NH, wear lime green clothes on Good Friday in some sort of complicated Easter color scheme.

I believe that this random act of sartorial happenstance may be enough to recover me from the social purgatory I have mired in since St. Patrick’s Day, 1997, when I mistakenly wore my bright orange winter coat to the post office.