Sunday, October 3, 2010

the one everyone's been waiting for...the hair post.

A little over a week ago, I went to get my hair done. I'll be straight and say that I'm a bit of a drama queen when it comes to the hair department. I whined about it, basically did a 5 year old pout dance and then was pretty much in a state of depression for two days on twitter casually mentioned that it didn't go as well as I liked.

My husband was the voice of pain in my side because while he was right I didn't want to admit it reason and said, "It's hair. It will grow out and you can always go to someone else. And this might sound crazy, but maybe you should give it a day. It is a chemical process."

Because I was so dramatic people started asking me about pictures of my hair. My sisters asked about it. The older of the two was smart enough to realize to back off until I was ready to talk about it. The other kept asking right up until yesterday. People tweeted to me about it. One of "my persons" (see Grey's Anatomy for this reference) even asked my sister about it at the OU/Texas game yesterday! (Hi Mary Katherine!!) 

And I'll admit for about a hot second, I didn't want to talk about it. 

But then, I realized this was my shining moment as a in-betweenie blogger. (It's a technical term which means that I am still in school but I'm married but I don't have kids. Basically I'm in a transitional phase of life. I'm totally okay with it, but it doesn't call for lots of draw within the blogging world because let's face it, the mommy bloggers have a total monopoly on the big draw blogs.)

I don't have kids. I want them. But not for awhile. 

I have my husband who needs a job. (By the way he has another interview this week!)
I have my dog.
I have law school.
I have the whole I'm living above the Mason-Dixon line thing too I suppose. 

But there is only so much of this I can talk about before y'all start getting bored. 

There is relatively little drama in my life that I talk about on here. 

Again, no babies, no major illnesses. 

And that's when it hit me. 

This is my drama. 

My hair. 

It's the drama in my life. 

So suddenly, I decided that maybe holding out on y'all would be good for the RTH Times. 

And wouldn't you know I've gained two followers in the time of the Great Hair Crisis of 2010!?!?!

Any kind of drama in the blogging world draws in the readers. Hair drama included.

And that's when it hit me again. My hair drama is as good as y'all waiting for me to announce I just had a baby! 

So I figure I'd better capitalize on it. 

Here's the long and skinny version of what happened. Got my hair did. It's a little golden blonde. I'm straight platinum blonde. I don't do winter coloring. I use to do it, but now I feel I'm above it. I know that sounds snooty, but I don't give a rat's...Ahem. But wouldn't you know it, miracle of miracles, my husband was right and you can't even tell unless you're super anal like me where it is golden blonde. 

So without further ado I give you...

the front

and the back!
I cannot believe how much my hair has grown out and am looking forward to having super long hair like Amanda Seyfried. 

Thank you for your attention to this most important matter. My hair's ego and I appreciate you more than you know. 

Happy Sunday.

P.S. Let's not judge about my make-up less face okay? I didn't say I was anal about make-up. This is about hair people.

8 comments:

Brittany said...

I think it looks so cute!! I don't know what you were talkin' about girly!! What don't you like?!

Kara said...

I think it looks great. Not a golden streak to it (and I've got lots of golden in my hair, so I know what I'm talking about)!

Lil' Woman said...

I love it....I think it looks great!! :)

Megan said...

I think it looks really great!! You did all of that worrying for nothing! :-)

Tiffany said...

I'm cracking up at your details! I think it looks great! I completely chopped my hair this weekend too...she went a bit overboard but it will grow! Love the new do!

brown eyed girl said...

Gf, I love the hair! It looks so sleek!

Brittany Ann said...

I think it looks gorgeous! It's still pretty platinum to me! And I like it. I wish I could carry off that much blonde in my hair! You rock it!

Domesticated-Bliss said...

For the record, don't know what you're worried about it looks great!

Also, I love your in-betweenie-blogger definition as I am in that category as well!

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