Well I took the plunge yesterday and had my hair cut. You've probably noticed it has been getting longer and longer over the last year or so and I have been enjoying it, but, as I sat in Aveda yesterday, I suddenly decided to have a 'proper' cut.
My stylist, Michael, was a bit tentative at first as I normally check that he isn't removing more than half an inch of split ends. I tried to put him at ease by closing my eyes and saying 'just go for it'… so he did! I am pleased with the result as it looks much tidier and healthier but still has a good length despite him cutting SIX INCHES off it!
You never know I may go even shorter next time or maybe get a fringe cut in if I'm feeling really brave! Thanks for all your tweets to help me make my decision.
Yesterday was also the 34th anniversary of living with my partner Chris. To save you asking the question, no, we are not married, but who knows what the future holds?? Our children had bought us a purple phaelenopsis orchid as a pressie, and Chris also bought me a bouquet of roses and lilies… no chocolates though as I'm watching my weight!
I managed to get through my bread-free week and dropped a couple of pounds in the process but still a few to go – not helped by a Baileys on the rocks when I got home from work last night – well it was a special occasion and the bottle needed finishing LOL.
I'm looking forward to the finale of Diamonique Week at 6pm tonight and also to two shows with Ralph Rossini from Honora pearls on Saturday and Sunday. Then on Monday at midnight I am launching the Kipling TSV with Marie Francois Wolf… I think you are going to like it!
So a busy few days ahead and not much time to carry on writing my book – I managed five and a half chapters on my five days off last week although I was hoping for ten! Only another twenty to go but I won't be doing any on Tuesday night as I will be watching a rather important football match – come on you Eagles!
Speak soon, Julia