Saturday, March 5, 2011

Smart Blondes









28 comments:

  1. Well, I think that the last blonde is the smartest of them all! Very nice :)

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  2. I know.. and she has the NICEST friends!

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  3. "I'm a natural blonde with natural black roots."

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  4. See, the thing is, I've been brunette practically all my life. It's who I am. Unfortunately, my natural colour is now more salt than salt and pepper and I was getting "skunk head" within two weeks of having my roots done. With blonde hair, the roots will blend in. Also, last week I was ribbing the girls at work about being dumb blondes - not to wish my life away but I can hardly wait to walk in there on Monday. Muahahahaha!

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  5. ooops you did it again! Well in spite of my preference for your natural colour ... u look good. My kid has taught me that hair is "fun" and that it is ok to have fun with it. Maybe you'd like to try grasshopper green?

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  6. I was thinking more of a minty green, for St. Pat's. Like the colour of the shakes at Muk-Muk's.

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  7. WOW, beauty! Your gorgeous eyes just pop out!!! It's fun to colout hair!

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  8. I get my looks from my gorgeous cousins! *smooches Kelly and gives her a five-spot*

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  9. Love the new hair Cathy! So pretty on you! Also the sleek flat ironed. Very nice!

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  10. Love the new color! It suits you well, as well as the great choice of company. ;)

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  11. Woweee! You look great! It's like sunshine. Suits you.

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  12. Guessing the last one really is smart! A couple of them I question, especially Madonna.

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  13. You look great as a blonde, Cathy! So what do you think blond words will taste like? lol

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  14. I'm with Laurita...like sunshine. I think it makes you look 10 years younger, BTW.

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  15. Mari - yup, they're good company all right but when they're here Margaret cleans out my biscuits, Martha (I swear, but can't prove it) steals pennies from my piggy bank, Madonna swears too much and Mizz Sawyer is so darned bossy.

    Laurita - nice complimenet coming from you, the Queen of Sunshine.

    Abe - oh, you kiss-ass you!

    Cathy - I dunno but I'll be eating my words and a heaping helping of crow come Monday!

    Alan - Dave says, "Oh, he's kissing ass big-time now," but I will definitely take it. Ten years? Woo HOO! I knew you were smart with impeccable taste!

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  16. You have so many loyal fans! Isn't it wonderful to have friends who love you regardless of hair colour?

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  17. Yah, Barb, but it gets expensive paying them all off!

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  19. Ok.. so it won't be a surprise to me 'cuase I read your blog.. unless of course this is some skillfull photoshopping. But if you indeed did go blond we will have to declare our corner of the building 'Blonds only' and we'll have to hold Jason down and bleach his dark locks. Won't that be a bit of workday fun???

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  20. Thanks Tony!
    Lynda - Nah, I'm just not THAT good in Photoshop! Yup, Jason's next!

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