Redemption, True Colors, Being Better, and Hair.

I spent this evening with earbuds and my favorite tunes. This period of checking out was brought on by the debate. I've been trying not to obsessively check the election polls. (I always check Real Clear Politics because they take an average of all the major polls. The debate season has made the polls look like a roller coaster.) Bob Marley's Redemption song put me in a better place. It always does. How could it not?
Emancipate yourselves from mental slavery; None but ourselves can free our mind. 
Easy Silence is playing now.
Anger plays on every station
Answers only make more questions...
I come to find a refuge in the easy silence that you make for me
It's okay when there's nothing more to say to me
And the peaceful quiet you create for me
And the way you keep the world at bay for me. 
I just wrote a paragraph and deleted it. Then I started another and deleted it. And now all I can think about it a quote by Gordon B. Hinckley.
Each of us can do a little better than we have been doing. We can be a little more kind. We can be a little more merciful. We can be a little more forgiving. We can live with respect and appreciation for those not of our faith. We can improve the world about us, in our homes and in our social activities. We can do it...
Yes, we can do it because I see your true colors shining through. I see your true colors and that's why I love you. And don't be afraid to let them show. Your true colors are beautiful...

You know, like a rainbow.

And onto the really important matters of life. I want to cut my hair. Off. Shorter than ever. The timing is odd because I usually average a haircut about once a year. It's only been 3 months since I got it cut last. I think. I really don't remember. These are my photo inspiration. All from The Glamourai. [I don't know how I just found out about this blog.] I'm really sort of obsessed with her hair.
The photo that started the obsession and began the photo tracking hunt that led to the Glamourai

Front and back-ish

1 comment:

  1. I say GO FOR IT! When you find a short cut that you love I say try it- whats the worst that can happen? I mean you spend the next several years growing it out right? Maybe this seems like weird advice since I am currently in that growing it out after I hated my short do but to be fair it was not the cut on the picture I took in....



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