Tuesday, June 16, 2009

Oh give me some more hair, sorta kinda longer beautiful hair - HAIR HAIR HAIR HAIR HAIR HAIR HAIR!


I never thought I'd say this, but I'm bored with my hair. It's been short for a long time now...eight or ten years, I suppose. Suddenly, I'm bored. I have said I'd never grow it out, but I'm considering it. Maybe because instead of the really short funky style I've always had, there has been a change and it's now too, well, boring! Here's a photo of something I'm considering - still short, but something different with razored edges and razored ends. I think maybe a tad shorter than this photo, just at my earlobes. I don't have hardly any gray yet, and my hair is quite shiny, so this may work well for me. What do you think? Either that, or I want a "funkier" more fun short short cut.

I want to tell you all that a good friend of mine just won the Bram Stroker award for first time author for her novel The Gentling Box - I am so proud of her. Her writing is unique and lush and beautiful. Even though this is not my genre to read, and I admittedly had to close both eyes and not read parts of her novel *laughing* I appreciated the skill she has as a writer - beautiful language. CONGRATULATIONS LISA MANNETTI! Lisa is the short little one with the print dress...*smiling*

The 2009 Bram Stoker Award Winners:
NOVEL: DUMA KEY by Stephen King
FIRST NOVEL: THE GENTLING BOX by Lisa Mannetti
LONG FICTON: MIRANDA by John R. Little
SHORT FICTION: "The Lost" by Sarah Langan
FICTION COLLECTION: JUST AFTER SUNSET by Stephen King
ANTHOLOGY: UNSPEAKABLE HORROR edited by Vince A. Liaguno and Chad Helder
NONFICTON: A HALLOWE'EN ANTHOLOGY by Lisa Morton
POETRY COLLECTION: THE NIGHTMARE COLLECTION by Bruce Boston


9 comments:

Small Footprints said...

Congrats to your friend! That's pretty darn exciting! :)

I think you would look great with the hair style in the photo ... very chic! It's fun to change things once in awhile ... freshens up life.

Hey ... it's funny ... you're thinking of a new hair style and I just wrote a post on reusing hair clippings. (hehe) If you have a minute, stop by tomorrow (Wednesday) for another "Change The World" challenge. :)

Have a great day!

Small Footprints
http://reducefootprints.blogspot.com

Sandra Leigh said...

Oh, I take back the concern I expressed at Facebook. That style rocks!

Congratulations to Lisa Mannetti on her award.

Carol @ TheWritersPorch said...

I would LOVE to wear my hair like yours Kat but it grows so fast I'd have to get it cut every week!
I hate going to the hair dresser's too! :(
Tender Graces was awesome!
Female Faulkner you are!!!! :)

jinksy said...

How about a selection of wigs? You could ring the changes with length, colour and style!

Anonymous said...

Will your new do change to that platinum color or remain the same. If the cut does that, then I am in a heap of trouble.
Oren

Walker said...

Yes yes now who's the chick in the picture?

I got bored once and drove a car into a bridge to see if the airbag work.
I should have checked to see if it had an airbag first.
I don't know why the owner of the car was mad, he found out he didn't have an air bag too.

Do whatever makes you feel good inside.
I don't know about blond though, maybe pink. ;)

Patty said...

Congrats to your friend. What an honor.

Yes. Let you hair fly in the breeze and make a home for the fleas.

On the other hand, I would totally kill for the that model's hair. And face. And clothing. And accessories.

Debbie said...

You are so pretty with your short hair. But, I know that feeling of being bored with how you look. And the beauty of hair is that it is always changing!

Deb Shucka said...

Good luck with your style change! And big congrats to your friend. I'm looking forward to reading her book. To be in company with Stephen Kind - how cool is that?!