Well, if I was worried about what career path was in store for me at my age, it's all been worked out for me. A bearded lady in the circus! Done! My kids would fit in really well. My son is quite acrobatic and my daughter loves animals. I'm sure there'd be something there for them to do plus I believe they home school the younger children. Sorted.
What started out as one or two chin hairs (like the Wicked Witch of the West), has now developed into quite the goatee. I often like to fondle my chin while I wait for the traffic light to turn green and try to remove the offending 'one or two' chin hairs but just recently it was feeling a little more 'hairy' than it usually did. Upon closer inspection in the bathroom mirror my fears were confirmed. The beginning of a blonde beard. What the heck?
You start off this pubescent rollercoaster with the hormones taking over your body and now as the hormones change yet again, they start to turn you into a man? I'm figuring I can just ignore it and keep my chin close to my chest if I ever have to talk closely to anyone. I could look into different hair removal options or maybe I could just let it grow. You too can have a bit of fun with Pizap.com. Maybe I'll be able to teach my son how to shave after all!
I'm hoping that my dear friend Nee from Nee Sayer's blog is talking about the letter 'b' in her "Monday's Minutia" linky party. If not, I'm linking up anyway. A place to help celebrate the mundane & make the most out of every day minutiae!