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Godyssey's Journey to Longer Lengths (Read 673296 times)
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Reply #1770 - Apr 1st, 2010 at 12:35pm
 
Quite the lively garden you've got going on, girlie. Wink
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Reply #1771 - Apr 4th, 2010 at 7:33pm
 
What a lovely garden!  I love it!
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Reply #1772 - Apr 8th, 2010 at 12:41am
 
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Reply #1773 - Apr 8th, 2010 at 1:36am
 
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It's so funny that people still have such views in this day and age.  I had no idea that people still held onto such old fashioned ideas.


Shocked  Yet I read about a hairdresser who trained in the 1940s and worked through the 1950s-60s and she said that women of all ages got their hair dyed but especially older ladies would come in with a dress and say they wanted her to order a rinse to match it.  Aside from a mini trend in pink streaks in blonde hair, it now seems that the only ones who do "outrageous" colors are teens and a few bohemes who go for deep berry shades. 

I'd love for everyone to embrace their natural hair color even those with greys, moussy tones and dishwater whatever...but no one should be judged by their decision to dye their hair, have a crazy cut or do whatever they want to their hair...like grow it really long! Smiley

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so suprised that this place that was so near to our home existed.


I usually find *the* places in other people's towns and vice versa.
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Reply #1774 - Apr 8th, 2010 at 8:49pm
 
Anyone ever watch Are You Being Served?  Mrs. Slocombe always had different hair colors that usually matched her eyeshadow.


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Reply #1775 - Apr 8th, 2010 at 9:36pm
 
In the south, some people do consider dyed hair trashy. Same goes for tight or revealing clothes and strong makeup. There's a song called Trashy Women by the band Confederate Railroad that clearly defines this. Wink
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Reply #1776 - Apr 12th, 2010 at 2:28am
 
No, I've never watched Are You Being Served?  However, I'm always of the opinion that people can do whatever they whant to themselves and shouldn't be judged for it.

Although, when I see commericaials for that tatoo ink show, I'll admit that I judge.  It's actually more of me questioning how these people whith their enitire bodies painted could fit into society.

Never heard the song Confederate Railroad but it seems to me that these people need to mind their own business and move on.  Some people can be so unnecessaryily superficial.

My Outdoor Gold Fish: Urna and The Nameless One Passed away.  We're all a bit sad about it in our house, even the cats.  But we'll get more fish, pehaps next month  I'll try to be more careful.

Hair: Did relaxer and cut off 1 half inch.  I'm so happy with my hair at this point.  It isn't long, just a bit past APL but it is mostly the same length with the excteption of my bang and it is thick.  I'm lovin' it.  Currently, I feel like I am at the beginning of my journey.
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Reply #1777 - Apr 12th, 2010 at 10:12am
 
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However, I'm always of the opinion that people can do whatever they whant to themselves and shouldn't be judged for it.

Ah, if only that were true. The unfortunate reality is that people form opinions of others within seconds of seeing them. First impressions are everything.

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Although, when I see commericaials for that tatoo ink show, I'll admit that I judge.  It's actually more of me questioning how these people whith their enitire bodies painted could fit into society.

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it seems to me that these people need to mind their own business and move on.  Some people can be so unnecessaryily superficial.

It probably isn't much consolation to know that people you judge undoubtedly feel the same way about you.

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My Outdoor Gold Fish: Urna and The Nameless One Passed away.  We're all a bit sad about it in our house, even the cats.  But we'll get more fish, pehaps next month  I'll try to be more careful.

Sad Sorry about your fish. I really don't think that there could be a more temperamental pet. They tend to die a lot in general.

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Currently, I feel like I am at the beginning of my journey.

That rather depends on where your journey ends, doesn't it? Wink
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Reply #1778 - Apr 12th, 2010 at 11:52pm
 
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Reply #1779 - Apr 13th, 2010 at 1:48am
 
Congratulations!  What a sweet gift.
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Reply #1780 - Apr 13th, 2010 at 1:54am
 
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Like they say, unless you walk a mile in another mans shoes...

If you wanna walk a mile in a man's shoes, you go right on ahead, hunnay. Tongue Grin

Totally dig the crystal cat. Cool
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Reply #1781 - Apr 13th, 2010 at 5:15am
 
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What I was trying to get across is that in a perfect world we would all mind our own business and not judge.  However, because of conditioning from society, sometimes we can't help but to


I actually give this a lot of thought both when I experience it or notice others experiencing it but also when I catch myself doing it or realize it later. 

I'm not really a cat person (aside from that cat that was mine who thinks he's a dog) but I like things with cats on them.  That crystal cat is  beautiful.  I like cats, we just don't "click" as well as I do with dogs. Grin
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Reply #1782 - Apr 13th, 2010 at 10:07am
 
Congrats on the anniversary! 
The roses and kitty are beautiful!  Smiley
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Reply #1783 - Apr 14th, 2010 at 2:23am
 
What the F is up with spinach??? 
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Reply #1784 - Apr 14th, 2010 at 8:21am
 
It's called excerise burn out.  Once you've got it, it's hard to get rid of it right away.  If you alter your routine like you're doing by working in the garden, you'll be fine. Wink  Variety,duration and just plain fun works well!!
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