Shades of Gray - Part 6

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Karen Jones Gowen said...

It's the in-between stages of not coloring that's the hardest to get through.

I'm mostly known as 'MA' said...

I think it is age that brings us to the realization that we don't have to compete with the younger crowd anymore. Not just in hair color but a multitude of other things. Like you I was much relieved to no longer have that chore. No matter what color our hair is we are what we are.

Chatty Crone said...

Your hair looks beautiful.
There is a controversy over the health of dying ones hair.
And mine is a mess and I wish I never messed with it!
Just stopping by to say Happy Halloween!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Deb said...

I don't color my hair ~ I am blonde with strands of white coming in. I loved your anniversary post. My husband and I feel much the same way after 35 years of marriage. Hope all is going well. I have been on a bit of a blog break getting my son off on his mission. Have a good week.

Unknown said...

Your hair is looking great!

Good for you and your wisdom silvers.

Wishing you a lovely week.