It's the great wedding chop.
I assume (and you know what assuming does...) that most brides choose to do the GWC because it may feels like a huge weight lifted off your shoulders when all your wedding is done. Or maybe it's because they were never ones who felt right with long hair. Or in my case, they were tired of it getting caught in your armpits while putting on deoderant or caught in your bra or panties (yes panties) leaving you with random hairs to pull out at the most convient times.
|Stringy pony no more.|
|Is that a rat tail? Nope, just a bunch of ratty hair.|
Yep... I went in, with thoughts of just a few inches off and maybe some bangs. Nothing too big...I really didn't want to be that bride who just went in and chopped it all off. Um....
And I was also instructed by my husband that he doesn't like hair any shorter than the shoulders.
|It doesn't go back on....I tried.|
Well, it kind of touches my shoulders...
And obviously a change this big needs a photo shoot.
|However, I do now have a super cute pony.|
|Tyson didn't know what to think of the old pony.|
|And he decided he wasn't that interested.|
|And he really didn't want me to pretend it was his pony.|
|However this face makes me wonder if he would have really eaten my hair.|
|Proof that it's not tucked in the back of my shirt....and obviously my model face.|
|Because one picture wasn't enough.|
For now, I'll stick with my cute little pony that doesn't sneak it's way into my armpits and work with this sassy do. Even better: I won't have to wash my hair for a few more days....BONUS! And I can finally mark off that final To-Do on the knot.com.
In other news: I'll probably need to re-work this little title now that I can no longer call myself a bride, in public, Tony will be losing all of his hair in May, and we have been having a little "Clark Griswold" moments at our house.
Did I grab your attention? Good...now I just have to remember to write about all those things.