When I was in high school, my mother decided to have a hair-raising haircut.
We had a lot of fun, she said, and she was determined to get the hair done every few weeks, and it was all to please her, her husband, and her daughter.
I have no idea why, I said.
“Because I am a goddess.”
The haircut is a symbol of my femininity.
I had never really been exposed to the feminine side of myself.
I was a girl who wanted to be the best woman I could be.
So my mom gave me a wig and a ponytail.
I am wearing the hair-length, straight-forward style.
I wear a headband that is a headdress.
It was a very big decision.
When I went to college, I realized that I had a certain style and that I was pretty feminine.
I wore a headpiece and I got the haircut.
I didn’t know how to wear it, and I was confused.
So I started to do a lot more styling.
I did a lot in my 20s.
It became more important to me to be my best, to be comfortable and to have the right hair.
But I wasn’t able to do the hair straight.
I would cut my hair out.
The hair got too long.
My hair grew.
I got hair on my chin.
And I grew it all back.
I became a goddess.
The last time I went through a hair cut, I thought, Wow, I really did it for a good cause.
But when I looked back on it now, I’m not sure if I ever would have done that.
What was I doing to deserve that?
When I cut my own hair, it was because I wanted to please my mother and my dad, I told my mom, who is very supportive.
They were really supportive.
When we first got together, I was nervous.
I thought maybe I wouldn’t be able to wear a wig.
I also was scared to wear makeup because my parents were strict about makeup.
But the wig really gave me confidence.
I don’t know why I did it.
I’ve never been comfortable with my hair, and that was the first time in my life I felt comfortable with it.
For a lot a young girl growing up, it’s just one more thing to do.
For me, I think my hair was really about who I was.
My parents saw that.
When they saw my hair they just loved it.
And that’s what they really want to be for me.
My mom and my father see me as a person.
They see me and their kids and their friends as people.
They have so much respect for my hair.
And so did my mom.
My dad was very proud of my hair because he used to go through hair extensions and they never looked good on him.
I’m very grateful that my hair grew back.
That’s really something for my dad.
He’s very proud and really appreciates my hair and my mom’s hair.
I used to think I was so bad looking.
I always had my hair up, but then it got too short and it started getting in the way.
Now, I like to keep it up.
I love to look good.
It’s a little bit of a challenge for me to do that.
I think that when I did the hair cut and it didn’t look like it could get cut off, I remember thinking, I don.t know why.
I can’t really look in the mirror.
I guess it was just me.
I mean, I am an adult.
I look older than my parents and my sister, and so I think it was more about me and what I was feeling.
When you are a young person and you’re not comfortable, that’s the time to make a decision.
And sometimes you just have to make one.
So when I got my hair cut at my mom and dad’s house, I felt like I had to do it.
But they were supportive and kind and they didn’t really judge me for it.
They just wanted me to take care of it.
My mother is a great mom.
I do my hair for her.
She’s very strict about what I do.
She said that I have to go out in public with my own clothes on, and if I do it in a way that looks like it’s going to offend people, then I’ll have to do something else.
She didn’t think I would be able.
When it came time to go to the salon, she was so supportive.
I felt so empowered and I had my own space.
It feels so good to do this for my mom that she has so much support.
And she was very understanding.
She never really talked to me about my hair or about my choices or my choices about it, but she was kind