Wednesday, April 8, 2009

Make Overs Courageous and Creative

Angie here:
Have you ever felt a deep need for change? A need for a different look? Changing anything takes courage and creativity.

I did. So I went down and drastically chopped off my hair. I had a desire to be different than I had always been. Gone, tons of hair. Gone, the old look and in with the new.

We've been chatting amongst ourselves here at the F.A.I.T.H. and wondering if it's time for a make over on our blog too.

Maybe the look, maybe the content, maybe something new and different to better serve and connect with you.

So here are my questions:

What do you like about F.A.I.T.H. and would want to stay the same? (Now remember, nothing stays the same. But what do we do here that you would really miss? What shouldn't change?)

What would you like to see more of from the six of us on the F.A.I.T.H. blog?

Think creatively: Is there something missing? Something that would better suit both you, our lovely interactive readers, and us as your friends and blog buddies?

Here's the funny thing about my make over. No one in my family noticed how much hair I cut. Even a couple people on facebook mentioned it didn't look too different. I found that ironic because I saw 6-8 inches of hair on the floor and I'm learning to style layers. But one old high school friend, John, said it suited me. I think he means it really fits my personality and facial features.

Check it out:


So maybe it isn't as drastic as I felt it was (going from waist length to shoulder length) but ultimately, I feel like I have a fresh look for spring even though it's still me. And that's where we'd like to go with this idea.

Tell us how to better serve you and what suits us in look and feel for the blog visuals and content. That's the F.A.I.T.H Blog's facial features and personality.

Thank you for being a part of the F.A.I.T.H. blog. We are so glad to have our reader friends. Chime in now. It's you we are wanting to please :-)
Angie

4 comments:

  1. I really like the personal aspect of this blog. Feels like chatting with a friend!

    I think it looks different, Angie! Of course, I also have waist-length hair and can appreciate the difference.

    L. Diane Wolfe
    www.circleoffriendsbooks.blogspot.com
    www.spunkonastick.net
    www.thecircleoffriends.net

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  2. Angie, the way the photo is cut off, I can't really see the ends of you hair, so I don't think I would have noticed the difference if you hadn't said anything. :)

    But you look beautiful no matter what!

    I love going to get a new hairstyle. I may do something different next time (in a week or two). A fun new spring hairdo!

    Missy

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  3. It's amazing how a hair cut can change your whole aspect of things.
    Your hair doesn't look different in that photo, but if you got layers and cut that much off, I know you're feeling it! You're lighter! LOL! Looks great, you're gorgeous!

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  4. That's because it is the ends of my hair :-) It is so much lighter that I put it up yesterday and didn't get a headache. Hmm. Good thing that. Now if I could only figure out how to style it. sigh. I so don't do hair well.

    I loved L. Diane's comment about our chattiness and friendship. That is an amazing insight into what we do well that I didn't even realize. Thank you!

    Angie

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