How often are we scared of new and unknown things in our lives?
As little children, going to school and not having your parents around is terrifying. When you start high school, it’s scary not having your old friends and teachers around. Starting a new job, going to a party where you don’t really have any friends or moving to a new country are all frightening experiences too.
Everyone has their favourite movie genre and mine is fantasy. Fantasy movies, books, games – I’m in. Any movie that can take me from this world to one where magic is real and anything is possible, I’ll watch.
As some of you may have already seen thanks to Instagram and Twitter, I now have blue hair. Great, right? Who doesn’t love to look like a forest fairy/mermaid/Ramona Flowers?
I’ve had SO many people ask me about what I used, whether or not I went to a salon, how long did it take, etc. I decided to document the experience and show just how easy it is to have blue (or any colour really) hair.
(My friend Michelle over at Teacups & Typewriters introduced to me to the concept of #MicroblogMondays where you take a passing thought and turn it into a quick blog post. I thought I’d give it a try.)
You’ve been a little rough on me today, Monday.
I bet you weren’t expecting to read that blog title here on Curious Robyn any time soon, huh?
I’ve spoken a lot lately about having a baby of my very own one day, I even wrote a little column for Parent24 about it.
I think my first true love for a baby had to be Luke (7), my nephew. He was born and our lives changed for the better. Suddenly there was this tiny little ball of energy and squeaks and love. When Amy (5), his little sister, was born a couple of years later, the love just intensified.