I'm a pagan...I'm a liberal..I live in West, Texas..

Monday, March 23, 2015

LONG HAIR? or not




19 comments:

Katy Anders said...

Long hair always!

Debra She Who Seeks said...

Is that a hair piece, YDG, or did you have a sudden spurt of hair growth?

Anonymous said...

On the one hand, a warmer head in winter and less chance for a sunburned neck in summer. On the other hand surprise mouth fulls of hair if attempting to eat outdoors on a windy day without a hat.

jan said...

Far too sexy for a sleepy Texas town. hehehe

Betty said...

Looks nice long. You can always put it in a bun, or a pony tail if you feel like leading a cheer. lol

Practical Parsimony said...

I like the length it is now or maybe an inch shorter.

JACKIESUE said...

first time I've had long hair in over 20 years..nice change..least till summer.

Intense Guy said...

It's an interesting look - that's for sure!

Kulkuri said...

nice change..least till summer.
You mean next week??

MarkD60 said...

Long hair yes! Always and forever.

lotta joy said...

I used to HATE that period of time when I was constantly thinking "Shorter? Or leave well enough alone." I've finally answered the question of length. It's now become the question of: "Wig, baseball cap, or scarf."

Sue Demeter-St Clair said...

Long hair yes :)

heartinhand said...

I'm struggling with the same issue. My hair is about the same length and I'm debating chopping it all off. Sigh.

JACKIESUE said...

ole Nitty said it looked like a mullet..I'm going to wash it condition it and put it in rollers and then comb it out..see what it looks like..I think I'll let it grow a little longer..when hot texas summer gets here I might not hesitate to cut it off..ha

Practical Parsimony said...

I like my hair longish in the summer so I can put it up somehow. Usually, I just grab the length, give it a twist and put a long pin in it. It is sort of like a French twist but not so cute.

Lin Barker said...

I learned long ago not to comment or state an opinion on a Lady's style or adornment. Thank you.

JACKIESUE said...

when I worked at home improvement store and had long hair and would get all hot and sweaty I'd get an a #12 nail and twist my hair up and pin it up with the nail..worked perfectly.then started using the aluminum nail for eaves..it really worked great.

Anonymous said...

You grand lady are blessed with one of those faces that looks great either way. That is your only problem.

Ol'Buzzard said...

It looks nice long.
the Ol'Buzzard