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Hairy Stuff

As mentioned previously, I cut all my hair off. I was tired of the surfer gal look and wanted to start over. It's a bit of a dramatic change, I'll admit. And the color change, that's for the season. I typically go darker in the winter, but I miss my blond highlights and tan too.

Now I feel boring. But I think I look more professional. Maybe I will even be taken more seriously at work with this hairdo. Isn't it awful that is the case in 2010? But it's true.

But I do miss my old hair sometimes. It made me feel like a girl.

But then when I can brush and go in the mornings with this short stuff, I don't miss my long hair.

But then when I look at pics of myself, I miss my long hair.

Why do we women obsess about our hair?

Maybe I should invest in some wigs.


  1. I think your new haircut is fabulous!! You look amazing! I am look young, sophisticated and chic!

  2. I love your new look! You do look younger and very polished. Merry Christmas!

  3. Your new look is fab! And I agree with Belle..younger & polished.

  4. I love the color and the length. I do love it long but it looks amazing both ways! I am getting mine done tomorrow. I wish I could do something drastic!

    You are so purdy! I am glad you are my friend! :)

  5. Well, you are beautiful inside AND out either way. And the great thing about hair: It grows.


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