Hello ladies and gents...
I just had to show you this picture quick.
This is me at 12 years old in Driggs ID at my grandmas. Whenever I went there to stay with my grandma and aunt, we would play dress up. They had this great collection of costumes after 6 kids and my aunt being in the local theater. It is scary. The husband asked me if I had a wig on. HAHA I wish. Nope, thats a 100% natural frizz warning in itself. I think my aunt gave it a little help, but my hair was out of control. At 17 I cut it short and kept it that way until this year. In order to keep it semi-tames now, I only wash it once a week and have it thinned. It took me forever to get a hair dresser to actual thin it. All the ones in Safford are so used to doing old lady hair where they try to un thin, that they never got the concept. I finally found this wonderful no-nonsense Greek women who says "no problem", snip snip snip and away I go for a mere 45$ plus tip. But hey, if you want it done right, sometimes you have to pay. Besides, I was cutting it myself before her and it gave my husband heart attacks. Especially the time he heard the razor going and saw chunks of hair all over the floor. That one actually turned out ok. I like having it longer again, though I mostly keep it up when it is warm. How do you all deal with your hair? Oh, and I am turning grey. Ahh. But if I am going to get to my perfect age of 70, I think gray hair must be part of the process. How old were you when your hair started sprouting gray?
Hopefully you noticed the clothing change of my blog. My husband finally had some free time to put a little work into my header, and until he can do more, this template seemed to go well. I think he did a great job, and it is even a picture I took. I figured it was time to spruce up a bit.
I am still a little out of sorts, but much better than before. Thank you for all your well wishes. Hopefully tomorrow will be full of creativity and a post office visit! Have a good night/morning/afternoon everyone!