So unless I choose to change my name and move on to a new blog, we are here in this together, and stuck with my stupid name. So if you like me I suppose you'll stay and just say behind my back, "what was she thinking?" It's okay, you can say it to my face, and I will simply answer, "I don't know, I don't know."
This week I have been waiting to once again get my hair done. Dark roots are a condition I have that arises every 4-6 weeks. This time may be the last time I get my hair done with my beloved hairdresser Leisel, and so I was pondering going a little darker. So I announced to Travis last night that I might just dye my hair darker since I don't know if I can find as good a colorist as Leisel after we move. He said, "No, keep it, I've always liked your hair color." I said, "I like it too, but I think this would be cheaper and less upkeep." And Travis answered with one of his many analogies, "You can't put a bumper sticker on a Ferrari, Nance." I had to laugh at this, as I have never thought of myself as a Ferrari, and would never have thought to use that phrase in this situation, especially since I'd never heard it before.
Anyway this "Ferrari" went in for a tune-up today and came out as blonde as I was at four years old. So I say that by bleaching my hair I am truly going back to my roots. And besides it's my blonde ambition to bleach my hair if I want to. Seeing as I suffer from FLS (Fat Lady Syndrome) sometimes my hair is the only thing I feel good about. Here's some before and after pictures for you, as if talking about myself for four paragraphs wasn't enough I believe in visuals. Now you can see just how much I needed this tune up. Ferraris are a lot of upkeep you know, even blonde chubby ones.
*As a side note I think I may have even spelled blonde wrong, I believe it's actually spelled blond, I did it on purpose I'm sure. But that's yet again another thing the committee for stupid blog names could have stopped me from. Oh well. You live and you learn.
Have you ever tried to take a picture of the top of your head in the mirror? I think I'm going to start a trend here, you should really try it. You'll be glad you did. Come on, grab your camera, and get back to your roots.