I just realized I haven't gotten my hair cut in over four months. Therefore I clearly need a haircut, and right now! Hopefully, my hairdresser will snip his scissors and my hair will look like this, except red:
and hopefully I won't forget to wear shirt under my unbuttoned vest.... But I'll probably just be talked out of it for the third time. My dad went so far to say, "Hannah, as long as we're the ones paying for your haircut, you're not getting bangs." But of course, they're hella impractical, especially for track. But I frickin' want them!
I wore my new clothes, except with my Cheap Mondays instead of the shorts because it was cold and rainy today (I went through all the trouble of flat ironing my hair this morning and then we had to run outside for track! I was soaked to the skin!). People were very interested in my hat. Two of my teachers tried to make it a class discussion, and both also asked, does it mean something, or is it just a fashion statement? I was forced to say it was a fashion statement, which sounds totally stupid. My friend Henrica, thankfully, told my art teacher something like "it's Hannah. It's what she does." But all the boys especially thought it was incredibly odd. They simply didn't understand it. And Erika, my fashion detractor, said she wanted to throw my hat in the trash can. But she's just Erika, and unabashedly honest about her opinions, and I learned not to be insulted by anything she says years ago. Girls also loved my shiny raincoat. Boys, maybe shocked by the combination of the Docs and the shiny silver, burst out laughing. But I'm not 100% sure that it was at me.
Incidentally, what is Miley Cyrus thinking? I'm sorry, but I don't know why should would do that... most of her fans are under the age of 10! And seriously, she's just 15—like three weeks younger than me!