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Saved 8/20/09 to Citizen Sugar Happy Hour

Haircut


So I am thinking of getting my hair cut shorter. Right now it is about three inches past my shoulder and I am sick of doing it. I am thinking about a bob with bangs as I have bangs now and like them. Which one do you guys think is the better choice?

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starangel82 starangel82 5 years 4 weeks
Oh, I don't think I ever ran away either. I did hide in a clothes rack once. When my mom found me she was so mad that I told her I was never coming out. So she walked away. In other words she went far enough that I couldn't see her feet anymore. I think I gave in after 2 minutes.
starangel82 starangel82 5 years 4 weeks
My most vivid childhood memory is sitting in the bathtub... I was about 3 or 4. My little sister had just learned to walk, came toddling in, and fell into the bathtub with me. I can still see her lying there screaming. I can even remember what she is wearing which amazes my mom. Of course she remembers me having this blood curdling scream. Oh, and my sister had just had tubes put in her ears... so she wasn't supposed to have her head in water. Funny that I remember that.
CaterpillarGirl CaterpillarGirl 5 years 4 weeks
I ran away once. When my mom wouldnt let me just partake of my pillowcase full of halloween candy. I got as far as the big sign in front of our neighborhood and then walked back home, where I came in on my mom dividing up my candy between my sisters. Lesson learned.
lilkimbo lilkimbo 5 years 4 weeks
Probably only about a mile; our church was only about 2-3 miles from our house. But, this was a winding, country mile, on a road with no sidewalks! I made her feel really bad about it afterward. (Mind you, we walked down the road all of the time, even with no sidewalks.)
bluesarahlou bluesarahlou 5 years 4 weeks
Lilkim how far away were you when your mom kicked you out?!?
bluesarahlou bluesarahlou 5 years 4 weeks
I also got scared on my first sleepover (probably 5 or so) and decided to walk home. I was at the closest neighbors house, which was on the other side of a smallish lake. I walked home in the middle of the night. So when the neighbors woke to find me missing, of course they freaked out and thought I'd been kidnapped.
hausfrau hausfrau 5 years 4 weeks
I truly worry that my kid will do all these things to me!
bluesarahlou bluesarahlou 5 years 4 weeks
I wasn't a runner either, but I'd frequently wander outside and get lost. First time was when I was about two...I wandered right out the door and into the woods. Also got lost around nine...rode my bike around town for hours...crying my little heart out. It got dark and I decided it would be a good idea to knock on a strangers door. :o Luckily they weren't crazy child killers and they called my parents.
lilkimbo lilkimbo 5 years 4 weeks
I never ran away. One time (I was older, probably in middle school), my mom kicked me out of the car on the way home from Church. My dad had to come and pick me up when my mom and sister got home and I wasn't with them. (My dad sometimes went (still does actually) to a different mass than the rest of my family, especially during football season, when he would get up early to go mass so he could come home to watch the game/go to the game.
hausfrau hausfrau 5 years 4 weeks
I wasn't the temper tantrum type. I was, however, the run away from home type. I ran away from home about once a month... looking back I actually only got a 1/4 mile down the street before I thought "boy I better go back before I get too far to change my mind!" One time my Mom told me that I could run away but she was making cookies... I was like, Fine! But after the cookies I'm SO out of here! Another time time she told me I could go but I couldn't cross the street. I was like, No problem! And took off. Sometimes I left notes like "I m runing awae from home becuz my fammily is mean to me." And I would sign it with my full name. Oh the drama!!! :)
harmonyfrance harmonyfrance 5 years 4 weeks
My earliest memory is from when I was about 4 or 5. All the adults were in the kitchen. I went around the entire house/commune and gathered every single pillow off beds, cushions off couches...etc, and built the biggest fort ever!
syako syako 5 years 4 weeks
Cg, she does! Let's nominate her.
Roarman Roarman 5 years 4 weeks
I don't like them either, CG. And the honing device, forget it. That bothers me even more than the leash. What's next, chip implantation.
CaterpillarGirl CaterpillarGirl 5 years 4 weeks
That mom needs to go on "what not to wear" ASAP.
CaterpillarGirl CaterpillarGirl 5 years 4 weeks
I cannot abide by kids on leashes, I just cant! Its demeaning.
syako syako 5 years 4 weeks
they both look so happy!
Roarman Roarman 5 years 4 weeks
Or one of these:
syako syako 5 years 4 weeks
You should have bought one of these... And only use Duracell batteries.
Roarman Roarman 5 years 4 weeks
My daughter loved to hide in the racks at stores when she was about two and of course not answer when I called her name. It was scary.
bluesarahlou bluesarahlou 5 years 4 weeks
Well of course! :rotfl:
CaterpillarGirl CaterpillarGirl 5 years 4 weeks
Oh i loved tadpoles, loved dipping my hand into the zillions of them by the lakeside. and then i probably went inside and ate something without washing my hands!
bluesarahlou bluesarahlou 5 years 4 weeks
Ahhhhhhhhhh childhood memories....:) I used to cut school in 3rd grade to walk down to the creek and collect tadpoles. I'd stuff them into a jar with water and put them in a big decorative bowl in our backyard. Pretty soon we'd have lots of little frogs hopping around! My parents were THRILLED. And the next year I was transferred to private school.
CaterpillarGirl CaterpillarGirl 5 years 4 weeks
I used to go hide in the middle of the clothes racks, the circular ones, cmon it was magical being in the middle of those things! and when my mom would call out for me, i wouldnt answer cause...hello...i was hiding! and she would freak out! and i would hear her say to my three older sisters "go find her" and boom they would find me in a second and yank me out of there.
syako syako 5 years 4 weeks
I will go crazy if I ever have a temper tantrum child.
lilkimbo lilkimbo 5 years 4 weeks
Martini, it sounds like you could have rivaled me with temper tantrums. I was a champion temper tantrum thrower when I was young. My mom would have to drag me out of stores kicking and screaming. (Luckily for her, this was a short-lived phase, but apparently the tantrums were horrible! I vaguely remember throwing them; she remembers them in great detail.)