Monday, January 21, 2008

Hair-y Situation

So last week, I braved some snow showers to go to the doctor's office for some antibiotics, then I went and got my hair cut. I promised to show you the cuteness, so here it is, in low-res camera phone style.
Contrary to what the cheapo camera would have you think, my skin is not lavender. Anyway, I feel that my hair is cute and professional enough that it might get me closer to a new job. Who knows?

Interview tomorrow at an agency who might have an interesting couple of jobs for me. Also saw a great one online today. It's early in the week. Hopes are high.

Countdown to the appointment at Gary's office: 4 days! Honestly, I'm more excited than nervous about it. I'm more nervous that I'll oversleep for this job thing tomorrow.

Also, I am reading the book Sweet Invisible Body by Lisa Roney, because Kerri has recommended it on her blog numerous times. I'm liking it so far! Other book recommendations are welcomed...I finally got my library card.


  1. I forget - have you read Cheating Destiny? I liked it better than Sweet Invisible Body, if you are looking for diabetic recommendations.

    Otherwise, I am also reading Eat, Pray, Love. I don't agree with everything she says, but it is an interesting read.

  2. Good luck on the interview! I will send not-oversleeping vibes your way (although I probably am not the best source of that, considering my history...)

  3. I always liked Andie Domenick's Needles over Sweet Invisible Body. There's also Deb Butterfield's Showdown With Diabetes. And I second the nod for Cheating Destiny. It's fascinating.

  4. Looks great!

    I really like Gary - he's awesome and I'm sure you'll feel excited and empowered (and motivated!) after you leave his office.

    I too really liked Showdown With Diabetes by Deb Butterfield.

  5. Hannah,
    Love the haircut. Good luck at the interview. Can't wait to hear how your visit with Gary goes, too.

  6. Hahahah--you are NOT lavender. Cute haircut, though. I just applied for 5 jobs and am waiting to be called for an interview. At least you're interviewing!!

    It's funny you mention the book SIB, I just got it today from a carrier through, as it's out of print.

    I'm excited to read it.

    I didn't like Cheating Destiny as much as I thought I would. Parts are rather depressing, IMHO.


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