Monday, March 13

New do

I've been saying for months now that I needed a hair cut. The last time I had one I was still pregnant with Leah. Her birthday is next Sunday. So if you do the math its has been at least a year. I know that's horrible, I don't do much for myself. So here it is. She took off more than 10 inches. The hair stylist tried to get enough off the initial pony tail to send it to Locks of Love but it was only about 9 in. I think they need 11in. She said she was going to try anyways.

I really like it so far, but I need to get some hair products. I didn't use much before, so its all kinda new to me. In this picture I straitened my hair, not always will I have time for that in the morning. I'd love to find something to put in it and have the messy but still stylish look to it. So I could throw it on after my shower and be good to go. Some sort of pomade cream or a moose of some sort?! When hubby gets home I think I'll run to the store to take a look and see what I can find.

I kinda feel like I'm cheating you all. This is supposed to be a knitting blog. Lately I haven't had much knitting content, I feel bad about it. But I really appreciate all of your sweet comments about me and my family, even when there isn't any knitting to speak of. I guess I'm just trying to say thanks, to all my blogging pals!

slowly but surely I'm re-knitting the back of my sweater, now it looks like an armhole should. Thank goodness;o) I'm NOT ripping it out anymore.

I have a class with 4 people in it starting tomorrow. Again just a learn to knit class, very basic. I think we'll just be knitting a scarf, one must start at the beginning, to achieve knitting greatness.

Ok blah blah blah, I should really end this... Knit happy!

8 comments:

Amy Lu said...

Your hair is too cute! I am scheduled for a cut tomorrow night. Ugh! There is also a school meeting I should go to....

Samantha said...

Your hair looks really nice. :) There are other charities that take hair donations, but require 8-10" rather than 11" or 12" ... I don't know which ones they are, but I'm sure you could find them easily through a google search or something.

Christy said...

Your hair looks so good! I'm kind of clueless when it comes to hair products, too. Good luck with that!

Allena said...

try a straightening creme.. fructius has some that i use. it doesn't super straghten my hair but enough. the ends flip a little and i have mega body but you know my hair curly my whole life..so it's nice. if i take a straightener iron out.. i haven't had enough paitenece to do it yet.
anyways that or thermasilk it's supposed to help your hair as it heats. up...
i love the cut btw

candsmom said...

I love your new haircut!! It looks so cute on you!! You look fantastic in your new 'do. ;-) It's been almost 2 years since my last haircut, so I know what you mean about not getting around to doing things once you have kids. I'm still sporting my usual ponytail/bun, but your wonderful haircut is making me want to get one, too. So cute, Jessica! :-)

Stricken madchen said...

I love your hair cut too! Did you watch Ann get her hair cut on the Today show?I use Fructis-smoothing milk. It styles your hair, keeps the frizzies away & doesn't leave your hair feeling like you've got loads of gunk in it.
Enjoy your new hair!
Michelle

Tena said...

Love the new do! You look so chic!! I watch Greys Anatomy, too, and am so hooked. I must get better at blogging daily. I'm like you though, sometimes I don't have knitting to talk about, just life in general!

Kimberly said...

Your new haircut looks great!! About 10 years ago I cut off my hair and sent it to Locks of Love. I thought it was a great thing!