Wednesday, December 03, 2008

No more grays...

Just thought I would share with you...  No more grays!  I died my hair today.  And I would like to thank my parents for contributing such wonderful genes that would make their daughter go gray before she even hits 30!  You know what's sad?  I'm more gray than my mom!  I guess I get it mostly from her sisters, more than one of them are almost completely gray.  My dad's dad is completely white (it's kind of cool actually).  I suppose there's no hope.  Oh, well.

8 comments:

Antoinette Shirley said...

You're still BEAUTIFUL!!!! I LOVE YOU SISTER! :)

Kristina P. said...

I had to ask my stylist if I have gray hair. I've been dying my hair since I was 19!

familywithfivekids said...

Hi! Thanks for stopping by my blog in regards to the change in the YW theme. I received the forwarded letter from our stake YW presidency. I know you don't know me but I can forward you the actual letter if you want to send me your email.
We are in Tucson (used to reside in Gilbert) so it's fun to see a fellow Arizonian. :)

Maryann said...

My dad was TOTALLY gray before he hit 30. Then white before he was 50. He just recently dyed his hair reddish brown. Holy cow! At least you're keeping up with it! (BTW, I never noticed any grays in any of your pictures so I think you're doing a great job!)

Brittany said...

Dying your hair is a fun way to make an inexpensive change! I just dyed mine BLACK! I'll be posting a pic today. Don't worry about the grays - they just mean you are wise beyond your years! :)

Kyle said...

If it makes you feel any better...the last time I got my hair done my sister/hairstylist said "you have gray hair" (in a total shocked tone)....she doesn't have kids...she doesn't understand the stress I have :)
Luckily, Benson is going gray too!

Erin said...

My husband was complaining to his boss that he has been finding gray hairs over the last couple of weeks. His boss said, "You are complaining to the wrong person." Oh yeah - his boss is bald!

Susan (Mommy) said...

Be greatful you don't take after your mom's dad! Hee Hee