Monday, November 12, 2007

pix

I parted my hair on the opposite side today to take advantage of Mother Nature's silvery highlights. I have a white stripe and I daresay it gives me a bit of panache, an air of mystery. I took some pictures (okay, a lot of pictures) and only liked one. It is phixred within a nanometer of still recognizably being me...but there's the dark eyes, the dimples, the greying hair and the nose that reminds the husband of a bird of prey. Close enough to get the general idea.

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14 comments:

Lydia said...

only your husband would put your nose and a bird of prey together...he's lucky he's so darn cute, cause he sure is weird

Breda said...

Yeah he is. And how.

comatus said...

lydia, you gotta unnerstand, for some of us, "bird of prey" is a major turn-on. Mike's hep.

"Greying"? at your age? Surely you're helping it along.

Breda said...

comatus -
the only assistance I have is genetics.

skywriter said...

It's a beautiful picture. . the hair is stunning.

Just found your site. . another interesting person I missed meeting all the years I lived up there.

Thanks for the blogroll and the fine posts.
scully

Jay G said...

I believe it was the late, great Jackie Gleason who opined, "humina, humina, humina".

:)

Great picture. You're quite the striking young lady...

Breda said...

yay, Scully! love your blog!

&

thank you for the "young", Jay. =)

Roberta X said...

That's a marvelous picture! --I'm jealous of your stripe. :) I'm just getting random silvering.

"Bird of prey?" Sounds flattering -- Skunk Worls North has quite a few red-tailed hawks: graceful, vigilant, agile and beautiful!

skywriter said...

P.S. I lived in Willoughby for 3 years, before (sigh) moving over to the West Side to be closer to work. Then here in September.

Used to be about a block away from Lost Nation.

Breda said...

scully! You're kidding me! Oh my gosh, we were neighbors!

Robb Allen said...

Well, I don't know if I can consider myself lucky or not. Like my father, my hair is so brown people confuse it for black. I have all of 1 gray hair on my head, and it's in my side burn which is kept short.

The only other gray can be found betwixt my(yuk) nose hair and a few "light brown" hairs in my beard.

My father hits 60 this year and has like, 3 gray hairs on his head. His beard, however is stark white.

So I have that to look forward to.

(PS. The gray looks good on you)

Breda said...

Robb - my brother who is 7 years older than me, has less gray than I do. His beard however, is bright red. An Irish thing, maybe?

BobG said...

Nice picture; love the dimples.

The Duck said...

Lovely