So I got my hair colored today. (I have my own colorist...actually she is Laura's colorist and I have wiggled my way into her colorist heart in hopes that my hair one day will look like Lauras...not likely, but a girl can dream).
I get my hair done every six weeks. I've been coloring my hair since I was 30, so I don't actually know what color my hair is supposed to be except that I peek at the roots and they are grey.
Today She asks me what color I'd like. This is a question of the ages isn't it. I actually don't think it is about color. What I'd like is long thick hair with a light wave to it. What I have is thin hair and not much of it (although I'm not complaining, I'm just trying to answer the question). So I tell her what I always tell her, you make the decision...she is the colorist after all...a trained professional. I'm not trained in hair color, I don't want to be responsible for this decision.
So what does this have to do with agility you ask? I'm not sure, but I think that I run better and my dogs behave better when my hair is beautifuly colored and the grey is not to be found on my head. After visiting Seema, life is beautiful, the trees are greener, my family is nicer, my husband is hunkier, the web is friendlier, diet food tastes better...life is just good.
BTW, I LOVE my hair color. She proved once again she knows her stuff.