Wednesday, May 27, 2009

What I don't want

Facial hair - my teenage boys look forward to it - I do not. For boys, facial hair is a sign of maturity, becoming a man. For me, facial hair is a sign of maturity, becoming an old crone! Seriously, why do women have to go through this? I am not one to fret about body hair. I am not waxing my brows, my legs, my...etc. It's one thing to deal with extra body hair; it's not usually that noticeable. But hairs on my face? That's where people look the most! Where do women learn how to deal with these things? Do I pluck? Shave? Wax? Bleach? Truthfully, I don't want to have to deal with it at all. So, next time I'm hugging my son and he says, "Nice moustache, Mom," I guess I'll just smile and say, "Jealous?"

1 comment:

Holly said...

And sometimes, we're lucky enough to have hereditary facial hair, crazy bushy eyebrows, hairy arms, and the works at 23! Really I just do everything I can, pluck, shave, bleach, etc. No one knows, it's easy to hide. BUT I'm waiting for the day when I actually have a job and can afford to laser the hell out of every inch of my face. And that's my plan! haha

Also, I LOVE the soap you guys sent me, it's amazing! Dragon's blood is my favorite scent! And I always love soap....

But anyway, talk to you soon and keep blogging! ;D