hair for so long I had forgotten the look of my light brown hair and I rather like it. The upkeep of the lighter colour was becoming a chore , to say nothing of the expense, and with travel on the horizon I knew it was time. The other side benefit I hope is that my slowly greying hair can blend more naturally.
As often happens following a birthday I have been reflecting on both times past and the times still to come.
I feel my working life , due to changing circumstances , possibly coming to an end but I now am ready to
embrace the change that will bring and the new doors that will open.
I'd like to share a line of Nancy Mitford's that means a lot to me , it's in her biography of Voltaire.
" She was waiting ,unconsciously, for that revolution which often comes in the life of a woman no longer
young and directs the future course of her existence."
I feel that revolution quietly evolves in all of us and it fills and lifts my heart. At this indeterminate moment
in my life , poised in mid-air , the past and future extend limitlessly before me and I am ready to embrace
One important part of embracing the future for me is to continue enjoying the process of fine tuning my own
personal style.Part of this for me is to be open to change , be it shape , style or colour and to enjoy the process and never take it too seriously.
Embracing the changes in my new Moyuru grey and cream wide striped pants , teamed with a Paule Ka
beige knit jacket with a large black bow detail that has seen many seasons , a black Tshirt , pointy shoes
from Paco Herero that are old favourites .
Joining Patti for Visible Monday ( sorry I am late ) and Jess for Turning Heads Tuesday.