I can so relate.
Thanks to covid, it has been seven months since my hair has been professionally cut.
I cut my hair with my husband’s buzzer and it looks much like this kookaburra.
Actually, it looks much better on a kookaburra!
My friend told me, I look, “natural,” which is nice friend speak for “God awful, but real.”
I’m cool with real.
If it’s good enough for the Kookaburra, it’s good enough for me.
Cheers to you and keep smiling~
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Lol … Keep the dense of humor and keep smiling.
I will and thank you. Enjoying your new blog too დ
I”m a fan, love these birds.. loving hugs to you too!!!
Back 2UX2 დ დ
If you look half as good as the kookaburra, you’re beautiful.
I do tend to have a problem with hyperbole. The kookaburra looks much more beautiful than my buzz and I (◐⊝◑)
Just tell your friends, this is the new style, the fashion of 2020, and that they are far behind. Every birdwatcher who spend plenty of hours in the field knows that.
Perfect! I will also tell them a buzzed head is the best wild bird attractor, and then it will be even easier than it is now to pick out the birdwatchers in any group!!! (◐⊝◑)
Hopefully people aren’t giving you the bird. 😱😂 Nice Kook though.
My husband probably is, but only behind my back, particularly when he reads I’m gonna keep the buzz! (◐⊝◑)
Mr. Kookaburra is quite handsome with his rakish hairdo. My husband was reading your post over my shoulder, and he wanted to know where the picture was of you with your Kookaburra-do!
Tell your husband he should be very careful what he wishes for! I only post positive imagery on this blog (◐⊝◑)
Ha ha! 😀 😀
I have never seen this bird before, they are beautiful!
It’s funny you posted today, because I was thinking of how I haven’t seen any pictures from you lately, haha.
Awww… how nice of you to remember me. Thank you! I get a bit distracted these days caring for my twin two year old grandsons while their parents works virtually. They tend to run fast in opposite directions constantly! (◐⊝◑)
After a few weeks no-one can tell the difference anyway. 😉
I finally succumbed and made an appt. with a hairdresser. I picked a single chair shop, so I’d be the only customer, washed my hair before I left and opted out of a blow-dry. We both were masked, of course. Took 15 minutes and she did a great job, so glad that it worked!
Sounds smart. You have beautiful long hair. I think I am gonna keep the buzz. Just gonna use a longer attachment next time. Everything was set on my first buzz stroke, too short right down the center, just like the kookaburra! (◐⊝◑)
So can I. Although, I did get a haircut a few weeks ago.
So did my husband! I have no idea why he wouldn’t let me near him with the buzzer 😉
Interesting. Laurie makes me cut her hair. I don’t know why any woman in her right mind would insist on her husband cutting her hair. I asked my barber if he cut his wife’s hair. He said “No way! I’m not crazy!” It’s very traumatic for me because I know the consequences of making a mistake. However, Laurie refuses to cut my hair. I keep eyeing those selfie clippers that will do an even buzz job.
Do it! Do it! Misery loves company! (◐⊝◑) Actually, I am likin’ the buzz, so you may just consider it.
When we move our office, I’ll probably get a buzz cutter. Currently, my barber is right around the corner so I just take a break and get a hair cut.
There is something hugely satisfying with giving yourself a buzz!!! (◐⊝◑)
They are delightful, refreshing to hear birds with their laughter Cindy…but sometimes at 5am? 😂 🤣
I am surprised by their volume and they way they can shriek! Impressive, but at 5am, not so much (◐⊝◑)!
Great photos, Cindy, I love Kookaburra! ❤️
They are winsome, wonderful creatures დ
Beautiful photos of the birds. As to hair … you are not alone 🙂
I feel this and I very much appreciate it. Thank you დ
They’re not bad hair days – it’s setting new trends! 😉 😉
Have a peaceful weekend. 🙂
Exactly! And the buzz is growing on me (literally). I think my time in hair salons is over ◐⊝◑)
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Cheers to you Edward & thank you my friend დ
Thanks for the chuckle sweetie! I bought professional shears set but haven’t gotten the nerve to cut some bangs on myself!
Go for it. I am planning on keeping the buzz, just using a bit longer attachment when it finally grows out, in about seven years (◐⊝◑)
Lol, Cindy! I doubt yours looks bad, but my hubby’s hair is quite similar to Mr Kookaburra right now, and that is after a legit haircut, now regrown! Thanks for the giggles!
Smiling back at you Terri. I can at least console myself with the fact that my buzz was free, but of course there is that whole you get what you pay for nonsense to consider too….. (◐⊝◑)
We’re curious to see your haircut. That was brave of you.
I am definitely not brave enough to post that!! (◐⊝◑)
I hadn’t seen what kookaburras look like before now. How handsome they are. As for the hair, well I keep using the picture of the stressed out hamster with his fur sticking out in all directions, whenever I can on my blog. I think he’s become my spirit animal!🤔
No timber wolves or dolphins as your spirit animal, eh?
A stressed out hamster who fricking hates his wheel?
No wonder I like you so much. (◐⊝◑)
We’re curious to see your haircut. That took courage.
Let’s put it this way, the kookaburra’s buzz looks much, much cuter!!! (◐⊝◑)
heh-heh 🤣 I’ll bet your hair looks great, Cindy – if it’s as charming as this little Kookaburra then it’s cute as a button – I think this is a photo call! C’mon, share the hair 😄
Laughing…..Never. Never. Never. The kookaburra clearly looks much cuter and I like to give you positive imagery! (◐⊝◑)
Fabulous kookaburra photos and I’m sure your hair would look the same as mine – au natural. I have an appointment to get mine cut next Tuesday – the hairdressers have just re-opened in Melbourne Monday this past week.
You know something strange….The buzz is kinda growing on me, in more ways than one. I don’t think I’ll miss the time and expense of the salon visits! (◐⊝◑)
Delightful pictures of the Kookaburra. I have braved the hairdresser twice since they re-opened: only two customers at a time and well spaced. It was a wonderful experience the first time!
My husband is still going to the barber, but I am developing a fondness for the buzzer!! (◐⊝◑)
Oh, to be a Kookaburra and not have to worry about my hair! Who knew that hairdressers are also essential workers?!
Laughing….. Strangely enough, the buzz is kinda growing on me. You just wake up and go, and you get to rub your hand over your head all the time cuz the buzz feels cool! (◐⊝◑)
I feel you, Cindy! Thank goodness for a “safe” friend with clippers! Cheers!
My husband isn’t ready for this yet, but I am definitely liking the buzz, and thinking of hair salon prices, it is even more appealing! (◐⊝◑)
Good for you, Cindy!
Gorgeous photos, particularly the close ups. Such cute birds!
They are incredibly winsome creatures and very friendly too! დ
I’m certain you look just as cute at the Kookaburra’s! 😍
I wish!!! (◐⊝◑)
LOL, I cut my own bangs a few weeks ago…bad move! 🙂 LOL
Honestly, we might start rockin our own home-do’s which wouldn’t be good for our hairstylists, but it is a whole lot cheaper! (◐⊝◑)
Lovely bird. I am sure your hair looks fine. My hair is naturally curly, so I can get away with pretending it’s supposed to be an Afro. On humid days, I like the gentle transition from bone straight, to slightly curly, to very wavy.
I’m actually kinda enjoying the freedom of buzz, but don’t tell my husband. He is counting on me growing it back out 😉
🥰😙 That’s very nice. I’ll not tell him.
Thank you. Before I buzzed it all off, my hair was curly too. I feel you and your hair (◐⊝◑)
Home is hair the heart is. I’m at a lost ‘fro words over these specktacular shots! ⊹⋛⋋(◐⊝◑)⋌⋚⊹
My hairdo is definitely best for days spend at home! (◐⊝◑)
Love to you დ დ
Excellent, Cindy! We need to be flexible and patient until we can reach a new “normal.” Excellent photos and a great text! Thank you, my friend! Have a wonderful weekend! 🙂
Thanks Fabio. Finding humor in our predicament certainly helps, so keep on smiling and enjoy your weekend დ
Thanks so much, Cindy! All the best, my friend! 🙂
Fabulous bird portraits, Cindy! Have a great weekend!
Thank you very much Peter and you too დ
If you look half as good as that kookaburra, you must look great! 😉
Unfortunately, I do not look half as good as that kookaburra. But no one does 😉
Fair point 😉
Kookaburras are lovely, so you probably look great. 🙂 Wonderful photos.
Ummm, actually, the kookaburra rocks his buzz cut. Unfortunately, I do not (◐⊝◑)
We have learned a great deal over these past months, have we not, Cindy. Last week, I had my fifth “COVID-19” – done at home. Who knew we could learn to be hair-dressers! Loved your photos – your love of nature reminded me of Mary Oliver’s poem “The Kookaburras.”
Yes, we have learned a lot about what really matters now, haven’t we. It is certainly not how we look, it is more about how we choose to live our lives. Love to you Rebecca დ დ
As I wait for the chemotherapy to make all mine fall out… and it gets fluffier and fluffier by the minute… I can so relate too 😀
I am so genuinely sorry you are going through this Sue. Our hair, like our looks, has always been the least of our concerns, despite all the endless messaging, all our lives, telling us otherwise. Sending you love, admiration and healing hopes. I hope you might like your hair free head. Our feminine heads are the best part of us and good to see it clearly დ დ
Thanks, Cindy. I shall have fun with it, and go all Bohemian or Carmen Miranda 😉
Good for you. I am now considering a Carmen Miranda look!!!
Go for it 😀
‘I can so relate.’ – So do I, thanks to my messy hair. It stay the way it was done only for couple of hours, then it is all messy.
Beautiful pictures. 🙂
God Bless you and your messy hair დ დ
My hair is getting the same treatment as yours, Cindy I dread to think what my hairdresser will say although I am happy with it…Mr. Kookaburra is very handsome 🙂
Honestly, I am thinking our hair, or lack of it, rocks better by itself. Stay well Carol დ დ
The Kookaburra looks cute and I bet you do too. xo
You are blessed with both optimism and kindness. Thank you დ
Yes, this is it! It sometimes gets even louder and sounds like a monkey howling in the forest! დ
Its a handsome bird 9in a muted brown sort of way), it’s beak reminds me of a kingfisher although that’s a much smaller and more brightly coloured creature.
Well, you are a perceptive person. Kookaburra’s are the largest members of the kingfisher family. It is a good sized bird, much bigger than other kingfishers დ
That’s amazing as they evolved on the otherside of the world!
It is. I have seen kingfishers in Africa and South America too.
Obviously a very successful design of bird!
Smiling back at you! დ
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Must be pretty bad, as no images of you!
Yeah, it is! Needs about two months to grow out (◐⊝◑)
I need to have some chopped off, I am beginning to look like a witch!
Well, then, don’t do it before Halloween! (◐⊝◑)
Cute post Cindy. Thanks for sharing.
You are most welcome Gary დ
Haha, looking natural is a tactful statement. However, I don’t think you look awful though. Remember we are always pretty inside who cares about the hair…… we do our best. 🙂 I know how you feel though…..
Exactly! I agree with you. It’s what’s happening under the hair that matters! დ
I can remember learning a poem about kookaburra, when I was in grades two or three. They are so pretty. Thank you for sharing your amazing photographs, Cindy. 🙂
Ahhh, thank you more for being such a kind friend დ
I am absolutely certain that your hair look good. Anything that is natural can’t go wrong. Like these cute ones and I think they at their best!
I agree with you that natural looks best. We, and our celebrity worshipping culture, have gotten so far away from any sort of real, as role model celebrities slice, dice, inject and “perfect,” themselves. I am bored of it, so thank you very much! დ
I use to get my hair cut every 6-7 weeks and like you it’s been a number of months since I had that done. So far people like my hair longer!
Wonderful! You are invited to join the club for brave women who cut their own hair! (◐⊝◑)
What a neat bird with a lovely song/call. I’ve only seen them in captivity at the zoo.
The last time I had my hair cut was in early January this year! I had a pixie cut. I’ve been trimming it myself but the pixie is long gone. Now, I’m closer to a Bob, and I have to keep chopping off the back at the nape to keep from having a Mullet. My scissors need sharpening because I’m getting frizzy ends. Sigh…I need to see the stylist SO BAD! I’m just not ready to go face the shop and wear a mask to get it done. I see a lot more Bad Hair Days in my future. 😭
A woman who cuts the hair on the back of her head is brave. I do it and I salute you. We should form some sort of club for women who cut their own hair. Do you think we would be the only members!! (◐⊝◑
No, my neighbor cuts her own hair too. 😀
SO very relatable! I was due for a haircut when it hit, cut my own hair until early September, finally broke down and got another one last night. Interesting though. My hair looks the same no matter what. 😉 messy.
What I am noticing with the buzz, is that I sort of like it better, which is quite a surprise, AND it takes about 4 minutes to do and is free… as a bird! (◐⊝◑)
I didn’t mind taking the clippers to my hair at all 😉
You can join our non-existent virtual club of women who cut their own hair. It is the coolest club ever because it does absolutely nothing (◐⊝◑)
😂 I wear my hair very messy and spiky so it is very easy to look the same while I do nothing. 😉
So glad you posted these photos. I’ve never seen a kookaburra, but I wish I had the opportunity. Fascinating. And, yes, I can identify with the hair!!!!
Natural is a good thing! Amazing what can become our new normal, isn’t it? Virtual hugs, Cindy!
Yes it is & hugs back to you დ
Hair today, gone tomorrow, such is life! So happy to introduce you to the Kookaburra დ
A very cool bird!!!!
Thanks! I think so too დ
I’m sure you look pretty fabulous. But fearless is more like it. I’d be afraid to use one of those buzzer things. As for the kookaburras–They’ve got kind of a ruffled baby eagle look to them…
There is something hugely freeing about just buzzing off your hair, but the ruffled baby eagle look definitely wears better on the Kookaburra (◐⊝◑)
Yeah. I can see that! 😉
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Even birds like the Kookaburra may look like they’re having a Bad Hair Day.
Hugs to you Patricia & thank you my friend დ
I’m getting a big kick out of this one, Cindy. I finally got up courage to get my hair done, and I tell ya, it’s such a treat! After months of looking like a shaggy dog, I finally am looking more like me (and less like Ms. Kookaburra, ha!)
Good for you! With me it is a case less is more…. (◐⊝◑)
You would look fabulous no matter what and the photographs are wonderful.
You are such a good friend Gigi დ
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Hugs to you Gigi დ
“Eatin’ all the gumdrops he can eat…”
The gumdrops from the ol’ gum tree must be tasty! (◐⊝◑)
I finally made an appointment 🙂
Courageous! My husband survived the barber. For some strange reason he doesn’t want me buzzing his hair…. (◐⊝◑)
I just don’t understand it! 🙂
Men are hard to understand sometimes….. 😉 😉
To wild, natural, and free! 😃
Amen Brad! დ დ
I’m sure you don’t look that bad! 🙂 I find it funny that the birds hair at the top is flat like Trump’s hair.
The birdie has a cropped path right down the top of his head that is shorter then the rest of his buzz. I have this too. It looks far more fetching on the kookaburra, trust me! No bird, person or creature has hair that looks as ridiculous as Donald’s, and he spends lots of time everyday combing and hair spraying it into place, not to mention the orange dying and over growing of the comb over. He looks this way on purpose!! (◐⊝◑)
HIs charm shines threw Cindy, I’m sure yours does too.
Awwww, so sweet! Thank you Leslie დ
I wish I could blame COVID-19 for my chronically bad hair days – but I can’t because I know I have been this way for years. These are wonderful photographs!!!
I empathize. The importance of hair is over rated. It is what’s happening under the hair that matters most. Funnily enough, I think I will keep the buzz, just grow it out a bit more დ
I am just going to keep growing my hair, until I look like a crazy old witch lady. And then I will wear purple, and say random things. And everyone will wonder, more than they do already, if I have lost my mind.
It sounds like an excellent plan, and I am going to steal it from you (◐⊝◑)
Great pictures, Cindy!
Grazie mille დ
Merci beaucoup mon ami დ
🙂 c’est un plaisir
(my French is very rusty)
Thanks for the giggle. Read this to my daughter so she could giggle too. Those are actually good looking birds and I appreciate your industriousness. I’ve been cutting my own too. Last good cut was last February. ;( I just decided to leave it long enough to pull it in a pony tail and run. I’m all about natural too. 😉 I like your friend.
A friend who can look you straight in the face and tell you what you want to hear, regardless of the truth, is precious indeed! (◐⊝◑)
That should be called a President bird – it reminds me of someone…
Yes, but the kookaburras look so much better than that kook……. And that kook spends so much time each day (when he isn’t watching Fox News) to look this way, ON PURPOSE!!! (◐⊝◑)
Not difficult to look better than him, is it! It clearly doesn’t take intelligence for him to want to look like that…
No it is not difficult and his look requires no intelligence….
Thanks for the chuckle Cindy! Great captures. By the way, Mohawks are coming back 😊
Mine, like the kookas, is sort of reverse mohawk…..(◐⊝◑)
Love how you go against the trends … and find your own way. Keep sharing your photos and the awesome you 😊
Visa versa 2UX2! I admire you დდ
Beautiful shots of this bird, Cindy.
Muchos gracias mi amiga დ
Love those kookas! Great pics
Glad you do & thanks so much! დ
O my goodness, I don’t know whether to first spend my time laughing with your great sense of humor, or marveling at the unbelievable crisp clarity of your photos! Every detail of the wings and shades within the reflected light on the eyes is so crisp, it’s like sitting right next to the bird. How in the world are you able to capture this type of detail? Brilliant images and humor 😀 love this!!
Awwww…. you make me so happy I posted Liza. Thank you so much for your kindness and be well my friend დდ
Nine months for me too but I am actually liking my hair long and curly… I’ll get it trimmed at some point but I’m keeping it long.
Love the pics of the Kookaburra, and I’m sure you look just as beautiful! The last time my hair was professionally cut was about 45 years ago! I trim my fringes and ends, and don’t worry about the rest! Hugs!
You could have posted your snap along Cindy.😃
I could have, but I am not masochistic 😉 (◐⊝◑)
Lol. Hair has definitely taken on a new look these days. Great photos, Cindy.
I kinda like it!! Au naturale…. (◐⊝◑)
These birds are so cool. Just love them. 🙂
They fly around wherever you go and people watch! (◐⊝◑)
The kookaburra not worried about a bad hair day. 🙂
Deborah and Elizabeth both wear their hair long. Elizabeth had waist length hair once, before cutting it back. Both braid their hair and have said you need enough hair to braid. Tara used to wear hers long before cutting it back to shoulder length where she’s kept it. Laurie and Andrea keep theirs short, less maintenance. They haven’t been tempted to use buzz clippers. Besides, the buzz clippers are here at home.
My daughter is an Andrea. She would never buzz her hair. But my husband and son, I can’t figure out why they won’t let me buzz their heads!!! I keep offering…. (◐⊝◑)
Wonderful! I’m sure the kookaburra thinks the cut looks much nicer on you.
So nice of you, but I am certain, beyond a shadow of a doubt that he would know I look ridiculous. Birds are quite smart 😉 (◐⊝◑)
I doubt that you look ridiculous. We’re all sporting interest styles right now!
I look ridiculous, but I agree, now is a good time to look “interesting!” (◐⊝◑)
Gorgeous shots, Cindy!
Not sure what bad Hair Day Bird I look like right now, but I’ve been growing out the grey, and to a certain extent my stomach. Hmm, I wonder if there are any long hair penguins? 😀
Laughing a lot!!! …..There definitely are long hair penguins and they would look most fetching in a glamour gown. Check out:(◐⊝◑)
Whew! I knew I looked like a bird!
Birds are the most gorgeous creatures on the planet and you do! დ
Cindy, based on these photos, it must look adorable. 🙂 Thanks for these smiles. Hugs on the wing.
Just imagine the Kookaburra’s hairdo on me and you’ll have a better idea! It looks very good on the bird though (◐⊝◑)
They prepare themselves to winter time this is why the do not visit the hairdresser. 🙂
Laughing…..I never thought of this, makes perfect sense! (◐⊝◑)
Maybe it’s a bad hair day, but, so cute!
They are genuinely winsome birdies! დ
You made me smile, Cindy…I’m sure you still look lovely!
Friends like you are so good to have! Thank you Ally დ
You too Cindy and it’s a pleasure. xxx
I love the Kookaburra’s hairstyle, I’m sure you look rather attractive with it. 😉
Trust me, it looks much better on the Kookaburra (◐⊝◑)
I noticed today, that I haven’t seen a post from you in a while. Guess what? WordPress in its infinite wisdom has taken you off my reader list. I was so upset when I saw it. How dare they?
Anyhow, I must be now your newest ‘follower’ and reader. Can you believe that?
I think they do this regularly to me too. They keep down volume (and expense?) down by trimming our readership rolls. I dislike it intensely because, as you point out, it is so hard to detect, and many people go missing without me knowing, so I hear your frustration and second it. Happy you are back დ
Ich habe eine ganz ähnliche Frisur wie der Kookaburra, nur viel länger. Auch du Cindy wirst fabelhaft aussehen, lächeln. Übrigens die Bilder sind ganz toll, wie immer…,
Vielleicht haben wir passende Frisuren, weil ich es auch tue! Bleib sicher und gut, mein Freund (◐⊝◑)
Oh such wonderful pics Cindy. Makes me a little homesick. I can hear them laughing in my mind. And I’m pretty good at imitating them 🙂
I want to hear this!!! (◐⊝◑)
LOL! One day . . . .
I live ina a city (Milan, Italy) and I’ve never seen birds like this! Amazing. The pictures are great 🙂
I love Milan and Italy! So happy you enjoyed the birdies and thank you for letting me know დ
You brought a smile to my day with your comments about your hair! Fabulous photos of these unique birds! 🙂
So happy I brought a smile Carmen & cheers my friend დ
I only see perfect hair, as styled by nature.
You have 20/20 vision my friend დ
Covid affected everything! (lol)
It certainly has!
I’m in love, thanks.
You are most welcome. They are adorable creatures (◐⊝◑)
Your photos never ceaze to amaze me! <3
Awww, thank you! You make me happy I posted დ დ
They’re so cute, Cindy😸Pawkisses for a Happy Wednesday🐾😽💞
Visa versa 2UX2! დ დ
Wow, what beautiful touches of blue on his back and wings! God has such an eye for color in unexpected places.! No pictures of you in your pandemic hairstyle??
Yes, birds are a celebration of the beauty of life. I would not subject you to photos of my hairdo. I like to post only positive images!! 😉 (◐⊝◑)
Cindy, these are great photos!
Thanks so much Charles & happy you enjoyed them! დ
Beautiful photos Cindy🤩👍
Grazie mille დდ
Love your hair. 😉
And love the kookaburas. Never saw or heard one, they seem so… remote? Wasn’t there an old rock song about them?
Thanks much on both counts! I have never heard a rock song, but there is a famous folk song that most children worldwide learn (◐⊝◑)
Yes there is. BY Tommy Steele:
Do you have the name or link to the folk song?
Hilarious! Here’s a link:
Steele was reportedly the first Brit Rock & Roller. I still have a couple of his very early singles… My mother was a big Rock & Roll fan.
How interesting. Thanks for sharing. დ
A very fresh song. (Refreshing) with a Celtic melody? Thank you Cindy. Have a nice Sunday.
Fun post about hair cuts and the Kookaburra, Cindy. Gave me a smile.
Smiling back at you my friend (◐⊝◑)
This Kookaburra is looking so nice. Dont worry, Cindy. In my opinion, your hairstyle is very different to hims. You are looking great. Michael
Awww, thank you very much Michael (◐⊝◑)
Those Kookaburras are such sweet-looking birds! Your hair comments made me giggle, Cindy! In fact, I have just had my third hair-cut since I stopped shielding at the beginning of August. We are now just about to be locked down again so I am so pleased to have short, neat hair. My husband offered to cut it for me in the summer. I preferred to risk a visit to my hairdresser!
You sound like my husband, and I like your husband! Jim gets a look of genuine panic when I suggest I’ll cut his hair! 😉
So THAT’s what they look like! I know what they sound like… And I can totally relate regarding the hair – I’ve just missed ANOTHER hair appointment due to COVID lockdown..
My husband is the only one in the family who is getting regular haircuts!!! 😉
I’m the one that is giving my husband hair cuts these days – since the first lockdown, he’s put me in charge of the clippers. Mah, mah, mah…. POW-WER *evil chuckle*
Good for you! I feel your power. I have no idea why both my husband and son run at the sight of me with clippers!! 😉 😉
Ha – wusses!!!!
I look like this too! Just as long for me since the last pro haircut 😄 Got kinda nippy withb pair if clippers now, whichbis just as well seeing as we’re now in lockdown no.2😷😯 The kookaburra cut should keep me going though!
The kookaburra is definitely helping me cope with our kooky president for life, he apparently thinks….. 😉
Love the kookaburra style. My new job is to the barber of not far from Seville. Hope all good apart from hairstyles!
Anything near Seville works for me too! დდ
Ha ha! Lovely comparison!
Happy you enjoyed & cheers! დ
Yes, ofcourse 😀
Lovely Kooka shots Cindy, they are such placid birds, I love seeing them up close and hearing them at sunrise in the morning. They will almost sit on my BBQ when they smell meat cooking and will wait till the meat is cooked just right before taking off with it, so you have to fend them off before its cooked. yes, the first one looks a bit like me after a morning birding, after taking my hat off. As my birding friend in Vic says us guys all start looking like Willy Nelson after several months of restrictions and lock-down 🙂
Ok, this made me so smile! It is fun enough to have them follow me everywhere, knowing they are thinking, why are you weirder than most humans? Such personable charmers!
Chaque instant est un cadeau ! Voilà pourquoi nous l’appelons le présent ! Bonne journée ! Un petit passage par chez toi
Merci beaucoup mon ami Bernard დ
hab einen schönen Ruhetag, Klaus
Vielen Dank und eine gute Woche, mein Freund დ
Aha! I have cut my own hair for years and already laugh like a kookaburra, so maybe I’m turning into one of them! 🙂
They are adorable creatures, so you are in excellent company დ
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Ich war wie dieser Kookaburra auch beim Coiffeur, liebe Freundin. Aber meine schönen Haare sind doch einiges länger.
Frohe Weihnachten wünscht dir Ernst