Tuesday, March 27, 2012

When we moved to Salt Spring Island last year, I had to leave my hair-stylist behind. She also happens to be my youngest daughter, so, of course, we've seen each other lots of times, but never at a time that she could cut my hair ... so it has grown longer, and longer and longer. It's been making me crazy for several weeks now, so last week I finally caved and PAID for a haircut in Ganges. I do think it takes a few years off my face! I'm not very photogenic, but my friend Esther thinks I should share this with you...
I'd much rather show you pictures of our newest spring visitor...
This is the first otter we've seen since before Christmas, and even though it seemed to be alone, it was quite small ... maybe a fairly new baby?

Or I could show you pictures of my knitting works-in-progress ...
... such as a baby sweater (a test knit of sorts) and my latest shawl on the needles. It's Alcea by Susanna IC, and I'm loving it! I also 'whipped up' another pair of fingerless gloves on the weekend -- but today I'll be spending most of the day in Ganges so there won't be much knitting time. I have a *job!* :)

6 comments:

Julie said...

The new hairdo is the best I have seen on you for years...it absolutely make you look significantly younger!

Georgi said...

Wonderful haircut, looks great!

Esther V. said...

seeeeeeeeeeee ...I told you it looked great!!!! Thanks Julie and Georgi.

India said...

I think your new "do" is fabulous! You look great! I agree with Julie... it definitely makes you look younger. It's amazing what a new haircut can do for a woman, isn't it? You look like you're ready for spring. You seem to be doing a lot of knitting now, so I'm thinking your hands must be pretty well healed??

Beverley J said...

You look GREAT!

N. Maria said...

I think you are beautiful! Shorter hairs on us 'mature' women DOES make us look years younger.
Cute otter and always love to see the pictures! Hi to Michael!