Bad Hair Day?

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~

298 thoughts on “Bad Hair Day?

  1. 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…

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  2. 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!)

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  3. Pingback: Bad Hair Day? — (every photo is adorable) | Rethinking Life

    • 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!! (◐⊝◑)

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  4. 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.

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  5. 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!!

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  6. 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!

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  7. 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.

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  8. Still laughing!
    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? 😀

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  9. 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?

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    • 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

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  10. 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!

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