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Fun with Hair

On Friday we took the girls into the City (more on this to come) and on the rec of a friend made a pit stop into Ricky's to try on some fun wigs. You pay $2 and that lets you try on three wigs (and gives you the hair net to go along with that). I ended up buying two (they're not expensive, like $30 - $40 each). Last night Chris and I went out to Due Mari (more on that later too) for dinner and I decided to wear Chris's favorite wig.

So what do you think? :D

Kim as a Blond

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Wow! No, really--you look awesome as a blonde!


Oh Kim, that looks great!

Yah - wow! Looks very natural on you. Go, Kim. :)


Wow - tres chic, madame! A totally new persona for you! Love it.


You look gorgeous. The blond is excellent with the dark red.


Ooh, la la, Kim. It totally works.

Laura (Chachalaca @ Slowtrav):

How cute! Love it! Very glamorous!

Kim, I love this wig on you! Blond hair agrees with you :)


What a great wig!!

Very, very cool....
Bonnie Parker comes to mind.




(both you and the restaurant)

Kim [TypeKey Profile Page]:

Sandi, I'll let you know when I get a bit more strenght ;D


Maybe your hair will grow back blonde and straight!


Kim, that is a great look! Especially with the beret, trés chic!


Looks fabolous!! As Sandi says, did you have more fun as a blonde?


That one is a keeper! Chris will want you to continue being a blonde, I bet!

Happy New Year Kim!! Wishing you a fabulous new year with as few side effects as possible from the chemo and all good health reports! Looking forward to seeing you in Hawaii!!

Wendy and Rob:

I too like the blonde hair, and yes, blondes do have more fun. But I don't want to start that debate here.
What does the other wig look like?
All the best from us,
Wendy and Rob

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