One-Liner Wednesday Denial

That moment when you realize that your hair was brown and not blonde as you had thought in high school or on your wedding day.  Photographs don’t lie, but coloring your hair keeps you in denial about your original hair color.

One Liner Wednesday Photographs Do Not Lie

8 thoughts on “One-Liner Wednesday Denial

  1. Good one! I don’t have any old pictures, except I did save my WA ID card where I was still stunning–50 yrs old, I think…it was all down hill from there 😦

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  2. Our wedding picture sits on our mantle and for some reason, I thought I had blond hair until one day I looked at it and realized my hair was brown. I remember having blond hair in eighth grade, but I have no idea how it became brown when I look at my senior picture. I am 100% Dutch and had blond hair and blue eyes growing up. Now I just color it. Thankfully, my eyes are still blue.

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  3. Time does change things–I used to have nearly black hair, dark olive skin, and dark, then hazel eyes. Everything paled after menopause…maybe that was so I’d lose any remaining vanity 🙂

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  4. Oh that’s funny. Thanks for the laugh! I don’t think my eyes are as blue as they used to be. My skin has always been pale, so I have no excuses there. There is a verse I learned in my high school years. Charm is deceitful and beauty is vain, but a woman who fears the Lord she shall be praised. Proverbs 31:30. At that time it did not even register to me what that meant, but we were required to memorize it, so I did. Now my memory is not as good as it used to be. There’s probably a verse in the Bible for that too.

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  5. Oh you’ve got me laughing now 🙂 I’m not at all good about memorizing verses–I can hang onto the gist of something, and then use a concordance to find it! 🙂

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