Sunday, September 18, 2005
So, this was my daughter's idea! a little look at my new hair. the colour in the room here is rather golden, but if you look closely you will strands of purple in there!!! *along with blonde and dark brown*
My hairstylist, Jenny loooves when I come in, cuz i let her do whatever she wants to my hair! Its kinda like the old Forest Gump saying about the box of chocolates! At lunch today my mother in law looked at me and said "Oh, Kathy you've had your hair done." I said "Yes". . . she didn't say anything *which means "I don't like it."!!!! So, I said "I love it!" She then started talking about "Dame Edna"!!!! oh my, i guess maybe i'm looking like a crazy British man in drag?!
We went to a wedding yesterday and i had quite a few people commenting that they liked my crazy hair! Phew!!! every time I come back from a visit with Jenny i am progressively more 'out there' with the hair - its so fun! We talk and talk about everything under the sun. . she's more like a young friend than a 'hairdresser'. Its always time well spent and she makes me feel confident and fabulous!
At the wedding reception we danced and laughed with our friends - luckily we were all seated at the same table!! *thanx John and Eva!* It was awesome. . the dinner was great, the cake was sweet and light - they had a CHOCOLATE FOUNTAIN!!! (it seemed SO 'Vegas') but the chocolate was really too sweet. . didn't stop people from dunking their fruit kabobs in there, cookies, twizzlers - I guess I don't get out much, cuz I have never seen such a cool thing!
Anyway, this post is a short one. . we've gotta drive KK back tonight - we haven't seen her much this w/e and we really miss her when she's gone! tomorrow's dance class!!! WEEEE!!! something to anticipate after the monotony of a work day. Oh, we also went to the apple farm this afternoon! We got some yummy McIntosh and some Spartans (for baking). The kids had a blast running between the trees and picking the apples. Took some great pix - which i'll get on here in the next day or two! Robbie even let Jimmy steer the van as we drove through the humungous farm!!! what a thrill for a 5 year-old, eh?! We all made sure to tell him that only on this farm could he help Opa or anyone else with steering.
well, I'm gonna sign out now. . . we're all on the cusp of another week . . what's in store for us i wonder?!!