Hi Savtadotty - thanks for dropping by my blog. Love the hair; maybe I'll grow mine that long?I'll check in regularly to say hi; I love reading about life in a different country.
Now that's hair! Wow! Multi-tasking while swinging. You rock.
Fred, Tan lucy - at last, some people older than my children and their friends, reading my blog! Welcome!
You've got some seriously great hair! So glad I'm not the only person in this country leaving her hair "au naturel"! But what's this... multitasking that doesn't include knitting? ;o)
Amy: I somehow didn't think Israeli Red hair color would suit me, and anyhow I don't want to go to a hair salon ever again. I usually braid it, to look tame and civilized. I mostly knit at home, cause I don't know whether the needles will pass security on public transport.
Oh, how I love your hair! I shall take it as my model for when I go entirely gray (next week).
That is sooooo pretty.
Gorgeous! My ultra-short, greying hair and I envy you your length, volume, and silver-ness. I say again: great hair!
grey is my favorite hair color....yours is gorgeous.
"at last, some people older than my children and their friends, reading my blog"... exCUSE me? what'm I, chopped livah? (and i've never met your offspring)SO -- you both rock AND swing. clearly type A.
If you are under 50, you are the same age as my childrens' friends, not chopped livah. If you are 50+, I apologize.accepted.
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