It has been a few months of my feelings about my hair...going up and down. At first I was OK with it. Then as it started to grow, I felt the loss. People would tell me how lucky I had been and I started to shape up. Now I have to say...the last 3 months have been heaven for me..in a way. I have been able to roll out of bed and not do a thing to it. I can be ready and at the door at a moments notice. Joe says, "Let's go," and I'm the first one out the door. It's getting to the stage, where I can spike it, use the curling iron (a little) blow dry it, all the things that I did before. I have been told that this short hair makes me look younger. Someone said, "The way you styled your hair before made you look old." An honest person...now why didn't she tell me before?
I think that I will keep it rather short. I have enjoyed not having to fool with it. I haven't had to run back in the house and check to see if I unplugged the curling iron. You've all heard the phrase..."A woman's hair is her crowning glory." During Bibical days hair was very important.You never see women of the Bible with short hair. Women covered their hair too.Maybe something to do with the head being the crown, and because the hair covers it...the crowning glory? Today it's just a superficial impression. The glory of a real woman must be her character, her personality, not the way she looks. Of course, since we live in a shallow world, I think the glory of a woman's BODY is her eyes and their expression..."The eyes are the reflection of the soul" by Pablo Neruda.... I'm with you Pablo!