Sunday, April 13, 2008

I miss that hair



It's a frame from the Touch of a Poet series videotapes. Unfortunately the tapes are not online. Yet? Oddly, there are a lot of typos in the names. That's Amy Kashiwabara (not Kashiwabar) who read with me on June 20, 1997. And my name is missing an L and an N.

Fun to note on the same page one of my coworkers at Claremont also read for the Touch series. Love the sideburns, Tom!

2 comments:

David Lee said...

You don't feel like spending the time to grow the hair out again? Or is the hair not likely to grow out the same way anymore?

Glenn Ingersoll said...

It's so much work! It gets tangled, it loses its curl, it frizzes, it takes forever to dry, you need a handful of conditioner (& patience!) every time you wash it. I'd probably have streaks of gray, not that that would be the deal killer. Shorter is so much easier. Plus which short looks good, too. And there are things I like about not having the long hair -- no more constant tickle at the neck, no loose long hairs dropping, easy to run fingers through, curls up consistently.

See, I've thought about this.