I have had my annual haircut.
The children took pictures; this may explain my slightly manic look but, maybe that’s the way I look all the time.
It’s shorter. Herself reported to me that on observing that she was wearing nail varnish the childminder reproved her. He pointed out that her mother wore no make up and had preserved her “jeunesse naturelle”. “And,” as I said “he’s French which makes it even better”. He said that before the haircut, mind you.
I don’t even have an annual haircut. Hairdressers kept trying to turn me into my mother, and without my glasses on I’m completely defenceless. A pigtail hides a multitude of sins
It will take more than stopping going to the hairdresser to stop us all turning into our mothers.
No, true, but I won’t have to pay Â£30 a pop for the privilege
I just had my bi-annual haircut, too. I have to go twice because I have more hair than a mammoth. I like your short hair very much. It takes some time getting used to short, I only just took my hat off. I don’t know how I ended up here but I like your blog vry much and shall explore a bit more until the children require attention. x
Thank you Christina. Jury is still out at home on the haircut. Glad you like the blog!