and thank you for all your lovely comments on my last post.
I do feel a little better now, a little freer perhaps.
......it's okay, I might wander up and down a few strange paths and try on a few different hats,
but it's all okay.
This is me in my south american hat.
That's my mums chin and my dads nose, and the grey roots are my own!
oh and this hat is very good for covering grey roots!
Speaking of which I have decided to grow out my natural hair colour.
It's been a difficult decision. One that I have been going around in a loop about.
I have started a new pin board on pinterest called stunning grey hair, to inspire me. I have taken all the bottles of dye out of the house. I will just have to go cold turkey on this one. Ah!
I do have several different issues which have brought me to this decision. Firstly, I want to stop obsessing about the whole should I?.... shouldn't I? of the issue and the constant peering at grey roots.
My mum went grey quite young and dyed her hair for a long time. I don't want to spend years doing this. I'm also concerned about the toxicity of the products when they build up in the body.
it would be nice to be free of the whole issue and just embrace who I am right now! grey hair an all! so wish me luck.
and here are my four happy autumn things this week,
a finished mustard cowl, discovered by Maaike, plus the grey one I'm wearing in the photo. These are my first cowls! Why has it taken me so long to discover these!.....I'm really enjoying wearing them.
an autumn rose, this colour is so nice with the autumn backdrop. I just love the name Autumn rose.......,
candle light in the evenings, a must. This is a pink salt crystal and gives off a lovely glow.
and of course the golden autumn leaves are in all their spendour now.
I hope you are enjoying these misty and foggy autumn days, all my woolies are finding their way on layer by layer! and I have a big wood pile to stack later, that will keep me warm, I will look forward to showing you more soon,
thanks for coming by!