Closing this Site Forever with a Momentous Moment28th April, 2010 at 03:15 | Posted in Blogging, Location Independent, Personal Development | 2 Comments
I’ve had long hair my entire childhood, right up to Year 12 when it seemed every female was growing their hair for the graduation formal, proclaiming how they couldn’t wait to get it all cut off the day after. Something about this (or them!) irked me so I decided to cut all my long, thick, brown and incredibly boring hair off on the day of the formal.
Instead of rocking up donning a stunning short style, I wore a curly hair piece and hid my real hair, no one could tell the difference and the masquerade continued throughout the celebrations. Until the after-party that is, when I rocked up looking five years older and blowing everyone away.
When I began to grow my hair it was for more practical reasons. I wanted to experience a Canadian ski season and warm ears were high on my agenda. It came handy then as it did again for the seriously stupid-cold winters of Northern China over the last year and a half. Now, however, some 4 months later, the torturous hot Cambodian days are making me crave a cool scalp.
Like the surprise of my graduation, getting all your hair cut off should be a momentous experience. You go through so much to grow your hair, preening, styling and coping with it that it ought to stand for something more than the practicalities of heat reduction.
So to mark the closing of this blog and making the move over to the new From Whoa to Go I’ve decided to go for the BIG chop!!!
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