Not One, but Two

by Lisa Donovan

There are things that happen to other people that you think will never be a problem for you.  Then you wake up one day, part your hair to the other side - just for something different - and you see, there, hiding shamefully under your dark brown, sassy, under-thirty hair cut glowing like Rudolph’s nose: the biggest, meanest grey hair you have ever seen.  So you root around a little longer, thinking it must be the light hitting your hair the wrong way creating nothing but a mere illusion and as your trying to make it go away you see another.  What?  Two grey hairs?  One is something you can ignore or at least pull out but TWO?? Two means that there are other hairs in agreement with the first and that they are possibly starting a coup against you.  It means that, plucking be damned, you are going grey.

I haven’t even turned thirty yet.  What the hell.  I think I’m done talking about this.  The humor is drying up and I just feel old.  harumph.

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This entry was posted on Tuesday, August 15th, 2006 at 2:47 pm and is filed under Stress and Trauma. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0 feed. You can leave a response, or trackback from your own site.

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