Tomorrow, Lo, she is a terrible Goddess is going to the hairdressers. She is going to have a cut and some hair colouring.
Over the years I have survived new hair cuts [“Good heavens that looks fabulous. I didn’t think it could get any better but WOW”] and on other occasions highlighting [“Oh still my beating heart. You look as though you’ve been blessed by a sun that has found some way to make you look even more beautiful although, quite frankly, I thought that that was impossible].
Never before have these two trials been combined. (Just goes to show how observant you are, Peabrain. Lo,TG Ed)

Have a lovely weekend and, if I survive, I’ll see you next week.



  1. Posted June 3, 2011 at 7:25 am | Permalink

    Act insane. Lovely weather we’re having at the moment. Ten past three.

    daddyp replied:

    I can’t do that I keep falling off my bicycle in the shower … SHOWER!!!! … put the kettle on …

    Lo,TG replied:

    ACT insane? Oxymoronic my dear Somnam.

  2. Posted June 3, 2011 at 10:21 am | Permalink

    you know the rules daddyp. no matter what just tell her she looks beautiful

    daddyp replied:

    OK boss…

  3. Posted June 3, 2011 at 11:22 am | Permalink

    I found it best not to notice. Then I hear, in the distance, “Just like a male!” By the next day all seems forgotten. Maybe I had a lenient Goddess.

    daddyp replied:

    You’re very lucky … as I am of course … in a way …

  4. Posted June 3, 2011 at 11:46 am | Permalink

    i work with all engineers and scientists… i change my hair color fairly often, mostly subtle shifts, but once decided to go fairly bright red. the only guy to comment asked “is that a new jacket?”

    Lo,TG replied:

    Love it. I do wish there was a like button here.

    daddyp replied:

    Was it a new jacket? … just askin’

  5. Posted June 3, 2011 at 7:24 pm | Permalink

    so was the buying of a second shed in anticipation of this day of two colliding events? …..

    have a great weekend [in the sheds] 😉

    daddyp replied:

    I think I’ll build a secret tunnel between and then I could hide for ages … enough for the hair to grow out anyway …

    70steen replied:

    good plan albeit a rather strenuous one ..

    daddyp replied:

    I like to keep busy – tee hee

  6. Posted June 3, 2011 at 7:54 pm | Permalink

    I made a complimentary comment to a friend about her hairdo the other day and I thought…..well, i’m glad she didn’t respond in the way that I thought she was going to (i’m sure there are laws in the Chichester Cathedral restaurant about ripping my clothes off and…..)

    daddyp replied:

    I hope you weren’t apsing around young GW … *looks very stern*

  7. Posted June 3, 2011 at 11:19 pm | Permalink

    I still remember the day the carpenter who was remodeling our house (when I was 16 or so) shaved his beard off. When we came home from school there was a total stranger working in the living room and I was very freaked out until he explained who he was.

    At least you have a warning about the changes so you can practice your lines. And be ready to notice. . . this reminds me of a story about my dad, who had told my mother he loved her long hair and did not want her to ever cut it. when she did finally whack it off, and it was a radical change from waist length hair in braids around her head to a short cut that was about 3 inches long, he didn’t notice until the person who did it coyly asked him at a party two weeks later if it was safe for her to talk to him. . . There was a lot of stuff flying around for a while after that. . .

    daddyp replied:

    Your Dad certainly lived near the edge – *still taking notes for future reference*.
    The TG’s uncle once shaved off half his beard and no one noticed …

    healingmagichands replied:

    Near the edge? I would have said over it, myself. I would say that you don’t really want to have the sort of relationship my parents do. The only thing that has kept them happy in the last five years is that my dad built my mother her very own house on a separate part of the farm. That way they both have their own space. . . Otherwise I believe one of them may have died by now, and not from natural causes.

    daddyp replied:

    This is the stuff of film scripts … are you busy?

    healingmagichands replied:

    Very. Cleaning the rental across the street and keeping the garden, among other things.

    it would be a very tragic and boring film, I’m afraid.

  8. Posted June 4, 2011 at 7:15 am | Permalink

    Seeing as mine is slowly disappearing at the mo, all I can do is envy Lo and wish it was me going instead. Whatever you do, state she looks younger, always goes down a treat with me!

    daddyp replied:

    It’ll be coming back Technogran – I’ll send you some manure, I mean balm, at the appropriate time – *continues research on hair tonic particularly trying to disguise the smell of the secret ingredient*

    Technogran replied:

    Horse? Just wondering…..

    daddyp replied:

    I’m saying dobbin … I MEAN nubbin …. [phew, nearly gave the game away there]

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