Well, it's been a goal of mine to overcome that fear of change, to let go and let God. I'm a work in progress, but I'm getting better at it. I also have decided to baby step it. Where did I start first? Well, at the top of my head, of course!
My beloved hairdresser (who has got to be some sort of MacGyver/ninja/Jedi/wizard type of woman) has been one of the biggest forces in my life to challenge me and help me get past this fear of change. She talked me into the bangs I actually loved (although that did take her a full twelve months of campaigning). I know, the shame. It's only hair. I'm finally getting to that place, and my how liberating that is! It's phenomenal actually.
I must digress to really show off my hairdresser's work because she is AH-MAZING. She came up with this for my wedding ceremony:
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So, when this incredible woman took on the challenge of another change-up for me, I actually did pretty well jumping off the edge - it's shocking, but I did it!
Are you ready for this, world???? Well, buckle up, because Chicken Wing's fiery spirit is now showcased firmly on her head!
|Ermagersh, I'm ginger!|
Now, I realize that photo looks like I have taken on a lifetime role of Ariel in The Little Mermaid but my hair isn't that red all the time! It is, however, when I stand in front of a deep turquoise wall. So, if you see me in the Bahamas with that turquoise water, don't be afraid - as far as I know, mer-people aren't real. Here's another view (please excuse the cell phone quality) to show you how it photographs differently depending a) on what I'm wearing and b) what color I'm standing in front of!
So, it's a big change for me, but to be completely candid, I am digging it! I've been blonde for so long and in this case, I am thrilled with the change. I love how it brings out my eyes, and even does wonders for my typical winter pasty complexion.
If the only thing that's constant is change, count me in!
Until next time,