Between 1829 and 1899, two sisters name Abigale and Mary are heading to church. Around their shoulders were beautiful purple and brown capes. Black fur trimmed their capes, they were very important to Abigale and Mary. They wore hats that they may have bought at Goodwill, thees were their Sunday best!
On their way to a church picnic, someone asked them to stop and take their picture. Abigale and Mary were smart, they know how to make their hats! They are beautiful in the picture, Mary is smiling but Abigale is not. Abigale did not want their picture taken! Mary, the older sister, convinced Abigale to get her picture taken.
They were spinster sisters, both were schoolteachers living in Kansas. Their hats were very important and represented something important. Behind them, inn the picture, was a drape. Mary looks like her mother, Abigale looks like her sister.
It was wintertime in Kansas. They don't always get along, but sometimes they do. They never liked those hats, Abigale's hat looks like a bird or a fish! Mars' hat has flowers on the side an d a feather on the top! These were the best clothes they had. The photographer decided to take their picture because their hats represented something special! The sisters are between the ages of 30 and 50 years old. Their hair seems to be pinned up under their hats. The background of the photo was bland wallpaper.
Abigale and Mary are friendly and enjoyed socializing with others a the picnic. They hope to go again next Sunday and meet some nice men. Maybe they will wear new hats, maybe not.