Thursday, January 25, 2007
so my haircut is pretty much the same as it was when I was in the sixth grade. and kindergarten. throw in a few extra layers, and that is what it is. i have big, brown, drape head with some golden highlights thrown in for good measure. being busy with the baby, i just haven't had the time to get to the salon... but this weekend i am finally going to get it cut. nothing drastic, i just don't plan on having hair down the middle of my back saturday afternoon. so i hate going out and foraging through magazines for hair pictures. because the hair is so styled in those pictures, the cut never ends up the same. i decided it might be a good idea to peruse the tele for some good hair. you know- for shots of hair that--- moves. mind you i don't watch tv during the day- it makes me nauseous. there was a brief time after henry was born that my brain span only lasted from one commercial to the next, so i had a taste of the daytime- and quickly realized it wasn't for me. anyhow- i turned on the tv this morning, and what did i see? the view. that's right- the view minus ms. wa-wa (thank god). these women are irritating. although i do most identify with joy behar- i love her wit and sarcasm. and her politics. and she actually seems passionate and intelligent, something sorely lacking in tv land. i was pleased to see tina fey as the guest host. i really like her- another woman whose wit an sarcasm i appreciate. good hair. I whipped out the camera and got close to the tv so that i could really catch its movement. and to the right of tina- through my lens i spied--much to my dismay- elizabitch. and she has adorable hair. so i got in close, trying to catch all of this hair from different angles. something caught my eye outside- my neighbor looking in at our house, a peculiar expression on her face. our tv is just next to one of our front windows, and i always leave the blinds open. she must have seen me taking pictures of the tv, all 'ooh, i'm on a photo shoot style'...
i think my neighbors think i'm strange. oh well.