Tackle It Tuesday

I am one hairy lady these days. Wow, that's not a confession you would want to make on a first date. Luckily, I'm happily married (maybe not lucky for Hubs!). I have thick, long hair that hasn't been cut in months. I've got some major shedding issues right now. I'm fairly certain I could have sculpted a small dog from the hair in my brush today. A Bichon Frise. Or a miniature Schnauzer maybe. My hair is everywhere. My legs haven't seen a razor in weeks. No really. Weeks. My eyebrows don't meet in the middle. Yet.

Every Tuesday over at 5 Minutes for Mom is Tackle it Tuesday. The point is to tackle something you've been putting off. My tackle today was my hairy legs. Usually, the Tackle it Tuesday entries contain before and after photos. Don't turn away from the screen. Fortunately for everyone involved, I did not take before or after pictures of my legs. Rest assured, they look 10 times better than they did yesterday. I can't say the same for the razor. I do feel a sense of accomplishment, even if it was a small task.

4 comments:

Christie O. said...

Too funny. I just bought a razor for this very same thing. Good luck to you! Hahahahaha!

peppylady said...

Hi, I'm out visiting bloggers who is part of Baby Tea Leaves "Hot for Holiday challenge"
Once in great while I do Tackle it Tuesday.
My life always seem busy or I should say unorganized to get anything done.

If you have the time stop by for some coffee.

Charline said...

Weeks? That's nothing. My legs don't feel the breeze through all the hair for months some times these days. It's horrible.

And I like having long hair on my head, where it is acceptable, but it's really only long out of laziness. And it hasn't been trimmed or colored in oh so long.

Oh, well. It could be worse, right? I could be bald, like my 15-month-old. :)

Shelley, aka Diaper Bag Diarist said...

My hair is long out of laziness as well. It's rare to see me in anything other than a ponytail. Plus I can go months without seeing the inside of a salon when it's long. Short hair requires too much maintenance, although I think I look better with short hair. Now that we're getting into fall/winter, my shaving schedule will die down even more. Why bother? Thanks for the support, ladies!