Sunday, September 22, 2013

. . . because people RESPECT redheads!

. . . because people RESPECT redheads! 
I dyed my hair just in time.


Not only did I dye my hair, but I also wrote ANOTHER depressing divorce song.  
YAHOO for depressing instrumental divorce songs.

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  2. The red hair is terrific! I went red a few years ago and love it. The song- wow- you can really make that violin speak.

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  3. My friend Rachael is blond; she also dyed her hair red (see my last post) to get away from the image. I so wish I had thought of this while young. Living life as a blond, the image remaining even when I no longer was blond, was certainly one big HASSLE. So more POWER to you. You already are a powerful woman, now they all will know and show proper respect. I can't wait to hear about your first days on the job. All the best.

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  4. You could really hear the depression (& frustration) in that music--but I think I caught some hope near the end!!

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  5. You're really rockin' your new look! I have to wait until I get home before I'll be able to hear your new composition because I don't have speakers on my computer at work.

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  6. Red is a great color for you.

    Your song shows your soul and heart. May you find a better place to dwell.

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  7. Red head you say, expecting spiderman to swoop across your bay lol

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  8. You are still the wonderful, strong woman no matter what. Do what makes you happy. Hugs.

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  9. I love having dyed red hair. Welcome to red!

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  10. You actually pull off red pretty darn well. Hope you and the kids are doing ok.

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  11. You look beautiful with blond or red hair! What a talented musician you are. I know this is a tough time for you- but I am glad you have an outlet to get out some of those emotions. :) Hope you are doing okay. Sending hugs.

    Stephanie

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  12. I didn't know you were divorced or divorcing, but I do know that you rock a toboggan and a uniform and a badge or whatever. I also know, now, that I can't spell toboggan and the internet has to help me with that.

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  13. that play is captivating for me, my heart; my grateful ears....i visit here often just to hear it played and come away each time with a different 'bent'.....thanks Miss....

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