Friday, December 14, 2007

The Invisible Woman

Hello. Hello? I'm not sure if you can see me. It appears that I am invisible to my family...
Tuesday I got a new haircut and a dark glaze for winter put on my hair. Not one person has noticed. No one.

If you would, help me out here by noticing my new haircut. I like it.

Comments are open,

St. Casserole, Invisible Woman

10 comments:

Sue said...

St. C. - your hair! It's fab-u-lous!!

Songbird said...

Why you look marvelous!

more cows than people said...

wow... love the hair. everyone must be praising it!

cheesehead said...

I turn invisible about every six weeks. I feel your pain...

Elaine said...

You look so much warmer and more vibrant! It must be your saintly and generous heart responding to the season.

Elaine
Norman, OK

sherry said...

I too have been invisible, even after cutting 6 inches off and changing colors.

I have a mother in my practice who says that the reason kids say DaDa first (instead of MaMa) is that we are like the couch....we are always there, always dependable and don't need to be called. I choose to believe that is why I am sometimes invisible.

Presbyterian Gal said...

I inherited my invisibility from my father. It extends to my car while I drive it. I have to put shiny bright danglies in the windows. Otherwise cars hit me.

I am not kidding.

It is really sad.

But St. C, your hair looks divine.

Kathryn said...

You look wonderful! Please may I have the name of your stylist...
I'm not only invisible, but inaudible too...disturbing, really.

RevHRod said...

Dahling St. C! You look so good! Younger, more vibrant, smarter, and dare we say, more alluring than ever.

I got major hair cut off today and all my husband noticed was the receipt. Sigh....

will smama said...

Oooh, one of my favorite dirty jokes involves the invisible woman... but now that I know it is actually you I fell a little bad about that.