September 14, 2006
I put myself in the hands of other women. They highlight my hair (buttery blonde, dark and light strawberry blonde), care for my hands and feet, paint my nails (chocolate mousse on my toes, cotton candy on my fingers — seems to be a food theme), tint my lashes, shape and tint my brows. I think I'm pretty much colored in where I can be. When I was 16 and getting ready for a date, my 7 year old sister watched me and said seriously, You're so beautiful, but you're more beautiful when you're all colored in. Aren't we all?