Thursday, October 05, 2006

I'm sorry. So Sorry.

I'm an honest person. And you know what - life isn't perfect in my house, so I'm just going to apologize in advance - right here and right now...

If you ever come to my house for dinner, or a snack, or just a glass of water, I am apologizing right now for the fact that there will likely be one (or two... okay, maybe three) hairs in your food or drink. I cannot seem to be able to control the hair falling out of my head, or where it lands. I find hair in my food on a daily basis and I can't stop it.

This is not a new development since the haircut, but has been going on for a long, long time. And instead of getting all embarassed about it when you do (and you will) find a hair in your food or beverage, I'm just being up front about it. Expect hair in your food, because it will be there.

And if, for this reason, you decide to never dine at my house I'm just going to have to accept that.


kkoois 3:29 PM  

mmm...looking forward to coming over for lunch in a couple weeks. i will be bringing you a little hostess gift - a hairnet.

Anonymous 3:32 PM  

Yep, that usually happens around 9 months after giving birth. Great, isn't it?

melissa :) 6:44 PM  

You are a nut. An absolute nut. My hair falls out by the gallon. Daily. :)

JCarey 7:07 PM  

Extra Fiber!

Heaven Sent 11:09 PM  

Mine just stopped falling out. In fact, my hairstylist asked me if I had some layers cut since I had so much new growth coming in. It looks like I have bangs!

BTW, does anyone else HATE their hair post-baby? After breastfeeding, it all went downhill. My locks have totally lost any luster they once had. And there wasn't much to begin with...

heidi jo 12:25 AM  

giggling.... i feel like telling my guests the same thing...only not my hair - THE DOG HAIR! i just can't seem to keep up with how fast they shed. the funny thing is finding a dog hair in my food is MUCH less gross to me (and hubby) than a human hair (that is not our own, that is). ;)

Mommy Brain 7:52 AM  

I'm still losing hair faster than ever and my "baby" will be two in a couple of weeks! HATE IT!

BTW this is a great way to make sure people don't come for a visit, find your child playing in the street and then call DCFS...brilliant!

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