I made a pact with two of my co-workers to not cut my hair till June. If I cut my hair more than a trim I owe each of them $50.00. I figured it was in the bag for me as both are known for cutting their hair. Yet, they’re holding strong and I’m silently wondering how much of a trim I’m allowed. There is no way am I giving up $100. That could almost buy me a purse. Okay, more like a walllet and that may be at TJMaxx but it is still $100.00.
This is the hairstyle I tend to keep:
I’ll probably go back to this hairstyle because I’m a creature of hair habit. You’re not allowed to judge this because my hair was better than your hair at one time. (See?) Not right now. Right now, my hair is in a bad place. It needs therapy and the professionals have been called. That’s because not only is it a one heavy, one length mess – it needs to be colored something awful.
I’ve been turning gray for years but it seems like one morning I’ll wake up and *BAM* I look like this:
I have no idea how The Mister can resist.
I believe I’ll go back toward a red-brown like I was here:
Krista Lee Photography
I actually just had a friend comment on this photo on Facebook. It is one of our engagement photos. I haven’t
allowed had many photos taken of me recently because I’m not a fan of them. I’ll reflect on this later. Let’s focus on the hair. That is easier to fix.
I’m thinking many layers for added hair volume/girth. Here are some inspirational photos.
Minus the crinkly nose
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I see Mary on Saturday. I should probably warn her of how much of a mess I am. She may need to sharpen her scissors.
Tomorrow, you will have The Mister filling in for me. I think he’s nervous. It may have something to do with me looking at him wild eyed through a NyQuil overdose when he told me his blog topic ideas. I sent him photos of an interior and some of his comments were, “They probably didn’t kill that deer” and “That wall looks fat.” Bless his heart.