Sunday, August 9, 2009

The Many Colors of Eleni

A lot of you out there have daughters do they feel the need to change there hair all of the time? Eleni asked me at the beginning of the summer could she get high lights. I told her when I had the extra money. She looks really good with them. She spent the night with a friend and called home and asked could the friends Mom put in the high lights. I thought about it and said sure. Well, they were not high lights it was straight color. Needless to say Eleni and her friend actually did one anothers hair. Eleni put a blond on her brown hair and ended up with a strawberry blond colored hair. It was so not her. When enough time passed she asked could she color it back brown. I was more than happy to help her. Unfortunately the light brown really took to her hair and made it a dark brown. I actually think I like it better dark. This is the many faces or colors should I put it of Eleni.

Eleni and her natural color hair.

Eleni with her strawberry blond hair.

Eleni after we dyed her hair. So which color do you like it?


I didn't have a lot to write about this week. Life is the same basically. We are trying to learn to take things one day at a time. I still have my job which I'm not crazy about but I am very lucky to have one. So many people are losing so much due to the economy. They say things are getting better but I have yet to really see it. I think it's going to take this Country a long time to recover from all of this. If you didn't see Tammy's post Friday over at Country Girl at Home  then you should check it out. Even if you don't agree with her you have to give her credit for standing by her beliefs! Tammy is a real person and she doesn't change for anyone. Thank God we live in a Country where we can be and believe what we want.


I hope everyone had a great weekend. It's been really hot here in Virginia. 



Carmen C. said...

Hi Donna~ she's such a pretty girl regardless, but I would say the natural is my fav. on her:)Reminds me of my teenage years, ALWAYS changing up the haircolor, now all I do is keep the gray under control!!!

Marie said...

Tammy is a pretty girl with each color!

Marie said...

Forgive me, I got your daughter's name wrong! It is not Tammy! Forgive me, I'm old!

Kath ~★The Olde Weeping Cedar ★~ said...

LOL @ "you'll bring your own food"!!!!!!!!!!!!! :)

That was a good one, girl!! I'm still laughing!


This Country Girl said...

Gosh, Donna, I don't know if I could pick a favorite. Eleni wears them all well! She is such a pretty girl....really! I'm a girl that likes to change her hair color too, so I like them all! :)

You're so sweet to mention my post. Thank you!

Have a great evening,

Kindra said...

Your daughter is pretty now matter what! I hope your job is getting better each and every week. I think about you and your family alot wishing nothing but the best! hugs!

Gettysburg Homestead said...

I think she looks beautiful in every color too!

BTW have faith and keep praying. Things will work out and you will soon have a place of your own. Like you say at least you have a job.


country gal said...

I like it dark, but she's pretty all the time. How old is she again?

Love, Joy =D

country gal said...

I like it dark, but she's pretty all the time. How old is she again?

Love, Joy =D

Julie said...

Hi, Donna!
I think your daughter's hair is just beautiful - as is she. Our hair is a funny thing, isn't it? My mother always told me how awful I look with my natural color so we started dying it when I was a teen. It never came out right because my hair was very long and very thick -- I've done some awful poor hair! I'm still fiddling with it - always will - even though it NEVER turns out right!

Thank you so very much for stopping by my blog and offering your sweet words of comfort. It was truly so sweet of you to take the time to do such a kind thing!
I just can't tell you how much it meant to me.
Your dog is precious - give her extra smooches!
Many Blessings,