Monday, February 15, 2010

Did you know?

Did you know that its 2010? Yes that's right - we are 46 days into the new year. This year I decided I needed a change, I needed a reboot. I needed something that would get the creative juices flowing and that would start 2010 off with a bang. So, I turned to my hair! If you know me at all, you realize that this is not that big of a deal- I change my hair all the time. But still- I decided to try something that I have not done in a while and I bleached my hair. Now- how does one present such a change to their friends on the Internet? What pose is appropriate, with out looking vain for posting pictures of yourself? Does one.......

Use the international pose of site seeing?



Do you make a goofy face?


Passport photo?



Or just give in a post something flattering?


What new things have you done for 2010?


10 comments:

Steph and Brock said...

Wow, haven't seen platinum Rani for awhile now! You look georg! Love it, change is fun, and so is your hair!!! Who does it for you? It always look so good!

The Blakes said...

I like it a lot! Reminds me of the Mir I knew a few years ago... :)

Lindsey said...

You are too funny! I like the hair. You look fabulous! Very cute pictures. Haven't quite decided on what my change for the new year is going to be but definitely feeling the need to do something. Hmmm.....

Michelle said...

oh, i love it!! you look great.

Emily said...

You're such a hottie!
I need to change something...

Kassie and Jordon said...

v. sexy! Love it!

Ryan, Natalie, and Mae said...

You're gorgeous...I love it! Maybe someday we should get together. Seriously, it's been TOO long.

Anonymous said...

Passport photo is my personal favorite. You look hot!

Anonymous said...

很用心的blog,推推哦 ........................................

Laura said...

nothing nearly as exciting as bleaching my hair! you look so cute.

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