short of shaving my hair all off there is no real easy way to go grey gracefully.
Having dyed my hair for years it is a bit alarming to see just how much grey that I have!
I am happy that my hairdresser is guiding me through this journey.
She has many clients that are doing the same and she herself has silver hair which looks stunning.
The area around my temples seems to be where the bulk of the grey is growing
the rest is rather like tinsel a little bit here and there.
I hope I don't end up looking like a badger!
Maintaining a shorter cut for now seems like the easiest solution
when all the colour has been cut off I can choose to grow it longer.
I think it will be several months yet...
Here's my salt and pepper linen scarf
I love linen!
I do not own any linen clothing but have done so in the past.
I am thinking of investing in a linen dress for summer as there is nothing cooler that wearing linen in the heat.
I don't even mind that linen creases
and I love how it softens up after laundering and years of wear.
My tea towels are all linen
I would not dream of using anything else to dry my dishes.
Do you know what I keep in this grey felted wool bag?
Why my knitting of course!
I dabble in dish cloths...
cotton, of course
one of my quirks
they have to be cotton.
I know what you might be thinking...
The Hostess is a snob!
I AM fussy
I know what I like.
Are you fussy too?
What are you fussy about?
The Easter weekend weather has been glorious ~ warm and sunny.
We have been out in the Humble Bungalow Garden messing about in the dirt.
It's springing to life before our very eyes.
I've got some new things
so don't be a stranger and come back soon
it's a happy daze around here.