Wednesday, April 8, 2009

Wordy Wednesday #55


Another photo from the field trip last week. [Do I take photos completely irrelevant to any event or what?] I could keep believing I was young if I stopped looking at photos of myself or if I stopped looking in the mirror or at my reflection in windows. Or if I stopped seeing my kids roll their eyes when they're feigning listening to me.

Do you like my haircut? Or should I say my lack of haircut? I think I started growing it out again in August. I'm going to give it away to Locks of Love in another, oh, 2.5 years. In the meantime, I walk around looking like a very old David Cassidy.

Uh-oh. Daughter is getting up. Time to pretend I'm not using the computer for anything other than work.
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5 comments:

Anne said...

I like the photo and I think you look great (can't help with the rolling eyes, I get that too). David Cassidy is hip! Apparently the 70s are coming back. You are a trend setter.

josie2shoes said...

I loved seeing a photo of you, Patty! My hair is in the doggy growing out stage too, and I am not into styling. It gets washed and dried and that's it. Will be growing it out long, guess you can't quite get the 60's outta the girl! LOL Donating to Locks of Love is awesome - good for you!

D... said...

I agree that you look great and I like the hair as well.

I'm also with you on the mirror thing. It's always a shock to see I'm not as young as I think I am. That's why I avoid the mirror and pictures of myself. Ha!

gudnuff said...

I echo all the kudos on your cuteness. I also like the pretending not to be blogging on the computer. That is so my life these days! LOL! (Who, me? No, no, I swear, I HAD to use the computer to, uh, check my account balance...no, really!)

Coal Miner's Granddaughter said...

I like your hair! I was going to do the Locks of Love thing, but then got sidetracked by a cute, short cut. :)

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