I've moved on from Eastern Passage to Sackville, Nova Scotia.
New gardens to make and trails to explore.
Thanks for tagging along.
Cool summer do!! Did you get yours before or after the dogs?? Sorry I will miss you next week. Hope you enjoy your visit back to Peterpatch. Cheers!
You are one crazy woman Sybil!! Can't wait to see you, but keep those clippers away from me!! xxx
I think you look marvelous!!! ~Remi
Betty, after the dogs. Sure left a lot of hair on the floor. I'm not looking forward to that Ontario weather.Thanks Lynne -- I was aiming for crazy ! Clippers ? What clippers ? Look over there Lynne ! (While turned away the blades trace a lovely path up your neck -- a reverse Mohawk !)Remi -- of course you think I look marvellous -- you're a dog and have delightfully low standards. That's why I love you.
I want to lick your head~Barlow
In case you forgot, I am Remi's brother. ~ Barlow
You must have known instinctively that you could pull it off to have put it on your bucket list! ;) Looks great! You knitting toques yet?
Ohmygoodness, you brave woman! I think it is so fun that you did this. What will you do NEXT?
Thanks Barlow but you ARE a cat and you like to lick EVERYTHING !Cindy, I've always worn my hair short -- just never this short.Kathy, my friends worry WHAT I will do next. I've never quite grown up and like to keep chums guessing.
Hi Sybil,Thanks for bringing me here. You look good with short hair.I must say it looks exactly like the Mia Farrow type haircut I had in the late 1960's. It was so easy to maintain, I didn't even need a comb.
I remember when Mia Farrow cut her long hair off. Peyton Place.
That looks pretty cool, Sybil! I wouldn't do it too close to winter, though, but the rest of the year it's great!
Why ? How cold does it get in S. Africa in winter ? I have it pretty darn short right now. I wear ear muffs when I'm out walking and if it's really cold, a hoodie over the muffs. We Canadians are adept at "layering" ...
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