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Zee Gimon

I am Zee. I call myself the Observer because that's what I find myself doing most of the time - observe life and people around me. My blog is a Pensieve, similar to that of Dumbledore, used to keep the thoughts and random ideas that visit my brain.

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  • You are so cute, my dear. I love the new cut. And I love that scarf! I know I look so innocent in my early pictures too. Then after I had kids (its been 10 years now), I just always look tired. I'm actually glad to be where I am even though some things that have changed, I don't like. Wrinkles, weight gain, and gray hair are not always fun, but I'm glad I don't feel like I have to be some perfect person like I did in my 20's.
    My recent post Humble Pie

    • thanks, Elle πŸ™‚ The scarf was a New Year present from a friend from work – she definitely "got" my style because the scarf fits most of my clothes! πŸ˜€

      I love the picture with you and Simeon – the one near the tree where you look at each other – you don't look that tired there πŸ˜‰ (and by the way, you two look awesome together, in case i haven't mentioned it before)

      Definitely great to be free from the "expectations."
      My recent post changes- changes- changes

  • By the way, is that a bird cage in the background? I had to ask…LOL
    My recent post Humble Pie

    • heh, sort of, yeah πŸ™‚ the picture was taken at one of my work's events (business networking cocktail) that took place at a restaurant. the cage was one of the decorations – it even had a bird inside albeit a metal one))))
      My recent post changes- changes- changes

  • I like the new look also little sis. You look so…so…grown up. And cute. But you can eat your heart out…it takes me less time to do my hair than it does you to do yours. LOL I love your look!
    My recent post Measuring Up

    • thanks, Bill πŸ™‚ yeah, it's about time i look grown-up πŸ˜€

      and i promise not to eat my heart out – i am not really a competitive person (unless we're talking about our competitors at work… but that's a different story).
      My recent post lessons learned

  • Great pic. I had "long hair" (more like a bushy mullet) in high school and remember the day I cut it off. It was like, "FREEEEDDDOOOMMM!!!""
    My recent post A Letter to a Young Dustin Valencia

    • hahaha, yeah, i can sooo relate.

      the first time i cut my hair short, the entire hairdresser's salon crew tried to talk me out of it because i had long nice hair… but i just needed change. so i talked them into it and ever since that time i had short hair – the only exception was a 6 month "growing hair out" season just before my friend's wedding… i think i got a haircut the next week after her wedding πŸ˜€ haha.

      such FREEEEEEEEEEEEEEDOOOOOOOM that William Wallace himself would envy it πŸ˜€

  • Love the hair but love even more that your great, enjoyable, powerful spirit and personality will always come out in whatever hairstyle you choose!

    • Just realized I never replied to your comment, Marty πŸ™‚ Thanks for the compliment!!!

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