Sarah + Tim

a canadian, american and calico living in perfect harmony

I Cut My Hair! July 5, 2009

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Oh yeah, I cut my hair!  I blogged about it on my modest fashion blog, Cable Car Couture, but in case you missed it, here’s a recap.

I’ve been talking about cutting my hair and going for something fun and edgy.  I’d even called the salon several times to try and book an appointment THAT DAY while I was in the mood.  Well, I finally bit the bullet and scheduled a cut for my birthday at Metropolitan Salon in Provo, Utah.  They are the BOMB.  Here is the owner, Mike (also the brilliance behind the cut!), and me with the final result:

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I have to say, I totally love it!  It’s so versatile and fun and spunky.

Unbeknownst to me, my sister Stephanie also cut her hair in a similar fashion that week!  Great minds think alike, what can I say!

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So now, the girls seem to have less hair than the boys do in my family.  Strange, strange world.

BUT, Joe managed to style his hair to make it look a lot like mine when we were in Canada. Twinsies!

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How is your hair cut right now?

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Sunday Dinner at Grandma’s and Grandpa’s

When we were kids, every Sunday we would go to Grandma and Grandpa’s house in North Vancouver for Sunday dinner.  Without fail, we would have meat spaghetti with Parmesan cheese, homestyle shake and bake chicken with Miracle Whip on it (trust me, it’s divine) and chocolate milk.  Then we’d watch Star Trek.  Every single Sunday, it was tradition.

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With Grandma’s recent passing, Grandma’s children and grandkids gathered together at her home to remember her.  We thought it only fitting that the last meal we ate together in her home be that same Sunday dinner that she used to make for us, chocolate milk and all.  Even us lactose intolerant few had a couple sips 🙂

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I think I may have decided what to have for dinner…

Do you have any nostalgic meals that your parents or grandparents made that have carried on through your kitchen?