Just cut my hair recently!

by Sandra
(CA)

Oh my...now what????

Oh my...now what????

Well I'm not sure what is going on. Every spring I get the itch to cut my hair. Usually what prompts me to do it is some big project that will require me to make lots of changes.


Then I hear the voice: ...well since you're going to make changes you may as well cut your hair...

And then you know what happens: You cut and then you look in the mirror, and then you even up that side with the other. And then there's another piece sticking out.

Before long whatever vision you had of your hair has disappeared into the wind.

And for me it's really hard because my hair tightens up when I wash it....And of course I forgot that as I was cutting...

Oh well: it's gone...

***************

For me, it happens most of the time when I'm super frustrated or angry about something. Its different for everyone though but is it a good thing or a bad thing?

Change for the most part is good. It helps us feel like we're still alive. Trying new things breaks the monotony of daily life!

Of course, hair is very precious so always cut with care!


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