I know I said this a long time ago-- but these pictures are in honor of having my living room back. Christmas free. Love the holiday-- love the take down. Love blue.
We've been sick, Sophia and I. Yuck. Lots of congestion, one VERY runny nose, a couple of sore throats, gnarly coughs, head aches, and everything-else-aches... and of course several bad nights because of it. Yeah back when I went on and on about how I was sure she was just teething because as a mom you "just know"...I didn't know. I was all wrong. She was getting sick yet again. She does have some molars back there-- so maybe she was suffering from both and I'm not a total idiot.
Yes I cut bangs. So far, I hate them. :) I knew that's how I would feel. It's kind of a problem I have. I hate the thought of ALWAYS having the same hair so I often feel determined to try something new (like when I dyed it DARK brown... NOT Ross' favorite), but I always seem to come back to the same old do... and I'm starting to think that it's for a reason.
Some of us just look best one way. I'm all about going with your one best look in clothing. I decided a long time ago that I don't care if people see me in the same jeans every day. If one pair make my bum look it's best, THAT'S the pair I want to be seen in. I'd rather people think I'm a girl with a limited wardrobe, but a cute bum, than one with a large wardrobe... and a large bum. It's the same reason I wear the same t-shirt every day and the same "go-out" shoes every weekend. By the same token, many things will come in style that WON'T flatter all of us (ME!) I'll want desperately to be a part in all the fashion fun, but realize quickly that I will never look good in belted waists or skinny jeans. And if I force myself to wear them, I will quickly be a girl who, while in fashion, has an abnormally large and magnified middle, a horrible thigh to ankle ratio, and a large bum I'm sure (because who's found the perfect skinny jean that works in all the other weird places they need to AND flatters the bum?)
So while bangs have been in and out for who-knows-how-long, this is my third time trying and yes, sigh (Sarah, I stole that from you), my third time failing. I guess I'm going to have to apply the clothing theory to my hair. Just because they're in, or different from what I have... or pretty on Reese Witherspoon, does not mean they will work for me. So for now... no pictures on the blog, and many days of a strategically placed bobby pin.