Yes, I know it looks like the old haircut, but I swear it’s different. I tried to turn to the side so you can see that it’s very short in the back, it’s cut all the way up to the top of my neck, and then comes down very nicely along my chin.
Afterwards I was regretful that I didn’t go all the way and get that choppy, more drastic but adorable bob that everyone has— think Katie Holmes. I even saw it on Kate Capshaw the other night at the convention and she looked great. (Apparently it is the hairstyle of Kates.) But this morning I like the long hair/short hair feel of this one. The real test will be washing it and seeing what it looks like when it’s not professionally blown out.
In other news, the quality of the movies taken with my new camera is so much better. I don’t know if you can tell without seeing a side-by-side comparison, but here is a short movie of Buddy, doing his Satan Fur Puppet thing.
OHMYGOD. I’m going to make short movies of New York City. What shall I call them? My New York In Under a Minute Series.
5 thoughts on “New Day, New Stuff, New Haircut”
The haircut is gorgeous. Makes me feel dowdy just looking at it.
Awww. I’m sure you’re not dowdy, but thank you.
You look so young in the pictures you post here. The picture you have on your home page looks great, but mature. Consider switching to a picture like this.
What’s wrong with mature, I’d like to know??
Anyway, a year late almost with this post, but I love that cat film. Especially the way he tries so daintily to put the page back down on the notebook after he pushes it over.
and the look on his face at the end. Bite Me, he says.
I love making films of the cats. I know it’s morbid, but I think I will especially appreciate them when they are gone.