Sunday, 9 May 2010

I Spy

During a car journey today S decided to start up a game of I Spy.
We started with the traditional 'I spy something beginning with ... insert letter of choice......'
This quickly changed into 'I spy something the colour of red/blue/green.'
Answers here being wellies, sky and trees.
All was going well until the colour brown was chosen.
'Mum's hair?' G suggested.
'No' said S with a note of disdain in her voice. 'Mum's hair is grey not brown.'

This afternoon the hairdye I bought 2 weeks ago has been used.


11 comments:

  1. Lol…I’m having to wear a hat at the moment due too being well over due for a hair colour.

    Love Lou xxx

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  2. I laugh only because I can relate.

    Hope you're pleased with the results!

    P.S. Word verif: angstess. A lady who feels angst regarding her hair color??

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  3. Have been getting away with covering the greys with a colour mousse wash out,but soon will need the permanent stuff!
    Children say it like it is don't they? Hope the result makes you feel ten years younger!

    Bellaboo :0)

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  4. Out of the mouths of babes!!! I too hit the bottle every 6 weeks. I used to have very dark hair - almost jet black. My roots are as white as snow!!! I'm just not ready to give in to it yet. xxxx

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  5. Bless S!! Good job you love her so much!!!!
    xxxx

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  6. 很喜歡你的部落格風格,期待你的更新!........................................

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  7. Ouch the thing children say! lol. I always remember my mum loftily declaring when we were kids that she would never dye her hair and just grow old gracefully.......... As I like to remind her when she asks what I think of her newly dyed hair! lol.

    I do get the odd ones now and then I am surprised as i have very dark hair. Although my dad only started greying a few years ago and he is in his sixties now! So fingers crossed.


    MBB x

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  8. Children are so honest and don't miss a thing do they! I can alwys tell when my highlights needs to be done, my daughter points it out ;-)

    I hope you are happy with the colour now.

    Take care
    Isabelle x

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  9. I've just given up looking in hte mirror now as my highlights seemed to have merged completely with my grey, I guess it saves on hairdressing bills!

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