My blog is having a face lift and theme change so I thought it was time to update this section too. I have left the original about me below so you can see how much I have changed and grown in the last 2 years.
I am Sally-Jane a pink haired mom of 3. We are blessed to live on the beautiful West Coast of South Africa. I am lucky enough to share my life with an amazing man. I sometimes find myself caught quite off guard with how much he loves me.
I homeschool my kids, love to craft and knit, run a small on line natural baby business Earth Babies and do some freelance writing.
Lessons I have learnt :
- you will make mistakes
- thank goodness for 2nd chances
- when you are really in love you will know it with every fibre of your being
- be true to yourself, you are the only one who can live your potential to the maximum
- don’t judge others and their choices. Life has a way of throwing curve balls at you. You never know when you, your friends or family might be faced with the same choice.
- abundance is around, look for it
And yes I still have pink hair 2 years later.
If you want to contact me my email is cameronsallyjane (at) gmail.com
I am a 32 year old newly re-single mom to 2 of the greatest kids on earth. If I could have planned how my life would turn out I guess I would not have planned it this way, but it has all shaped me into who I am and reminded me to be true to myself.
So I have pink hair, it is something quite new. I was saying to a friend how I love it and can’t imagine life without pink hair; it is definitely something here to stay. He asked why and I did not really have a good answer, I said some about just liking it. Well then next day I looked in the mirror while drying my hair and I just suddenly thought ‘oh there you are!’
It is just like it reminds me of the me inside, the one hidden for rather a long time now. That passionate person who is a little different, who loves to think, talk, have wild ideas, laugh and just be. It reminds me that I can get there again and that I will be okay. All that from hair colour? Ja it is just what it makes me feel, so while it might be a bit in your face ‘here I am different’ it is so much more than that. It makes me think of who I am and what I like and restores my slightly battered soul. It reminds me to be true to myself and that deviation from the normal is okay.
Deep thoughts for just hair, but so be it. So the pink stays for the foreseeable future. Besides I also love watching people’s reaction. I love watching people at the best of times, this just makes it more fun.