[DWJ] Happy DWJ-book-related news
juliette at harvestroad.com
Mon Jun 26 21:51:10 EDT 2006
I was at school with a girl whose hair had never been cut. Ever. When
she was 17, her hair went all the way to the ground and about 30cm
along the ground. She wore it in a thick plait that reached to the
ground. She draped around her shoulders to keep it out of the way. She
told me she washed it once a month and dried it in the sun (because a
hair dryer was too harsh), and it was a job that took the whole day.
Elizabeth Evans wrote:
>>rohina at shaw.ca wrote:> I can hardly wait until my daughter can read that book, then. She has
>>rampant hairdresser phobia, and refuses to get her hair cut, with the
>>result that we have a daily hairbrushing encounter.
> I was a screaming mess whenever my parents tried to cut my hair when I was little. They finally gave up and my mother and I had subsequent run-ins with hair barrettes, headbands, and Hair In Your Face. A decade or so later, my hair hangs past my knees and I'm glad my mom had the patience to put up with my tantrums and insistance that my hair must not be cut. She's glad, too. :)
>Wow, I'm impressed. I've never known anyone whose hair hangs below their knees before. I know there's a (fairly modern) fairy tale about a princess whose hair grows really long, but I can't remember what it's called. (I thought it was George Macdonald's Light Princess, but I see it's not).
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