Day 28 - Pledge of Peace

For many hair is VERY important and for years it was for me as well.  For the past five years I've been threatening to cut it off (due to damage and frustration), but feared doing it.  I feared others opinions instead of my own.

Well, yesterday I stared in the mirror for 10 minutes, took a deep breath and had my hair cut off.  As soon as the clippers stopped buzzing I felt free and prettier than ever before.  This journey gave me the courage to do this.  Learning to love the me within has given me great cause to love the me on the outside.

Charlie said "mama, you look so happy!"  I am...I am very happy!  I've never been afraid of aging and this year I'll be 39.  I'm actually VERY excited about the big 40!  I've been asking God to change me from within and He is.  The bonus is the outside is now changing with very little resistance.  Yay God!

Today's Intention and Gift: I'm going to celebrate the new me (always evolving).  I'm giving myself the gift of embracing my beauty.  After all, I was created my the Greatest artist known to man. :)


  1. My sweet friend, I totally understand. I lost my hair due to thyrid health problems back in 2008. I feel free. You are beyond beautiful, inside and out. God loves you, and so do I.

  2. Learning to love the me within has given me great cause to love the me on the outside. - I love this statement. And way to go inspire me...

  3. Denise, thank you so much! I love you right back!

    Sarah, you have made me smile so big!

  4. you go, Tabitha! You are beautiful! So happy for you.

    Hugs, Linda

  5. Tabby, you have the perfect features for a very short cut! Big eyes and what a smile!

    Do you remember that line from an old country song, about a woman worrying her hair would turn gray and her man wouldn't love her anymore...the singer was singing, and I think it was Randy Travis, "Honey I don't care, I ain't in love with your hair." I thought that was cute.

    I used to have hair below my waist. Got a lot of attention for it. So one day I cut it all off! Just wanted to be little ol' me! Like you, I felt better after!

    What do you young people say? You really ROCK that hairstyle (that phrase is prolly out-of-date if I know it!).


You bless me with your presence! Tabitha♥

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