that's so amazing that your hair was like almost blonde! Mine actually was the same way when I was younger too! haha (hair twins! )
Haha, really? It's weird, isn't it? My hair was blonde for years, and then it just kind of went an ash brown and stayed that way!
yeah really! Although mine changed fully by schooltime, 4 or5, but I did getnatural highlights...at about your age, or maybe a few years earlier, because I DID do a few hair dying/highlights in those days. I was just thinking, my brother had the same thing, and blonde for most of his childhood, but sis was always a strong brunette. More weird, eh? And one more weird, so last time Ma saw my hair (last week?), she was saying how the root ends were looking darker. Got me thinking, is this a real thing with dreadheads, cuz I kinda noticed it on others. But I WAS using adifferent shampoo then this week, and I wonder if my hair hasnt lightened up again since.
Post by SketchyMagpie on Sept 11, 2017 9:54:32 GMT
I just realised that we're technically 'younger' in every single photo we ever post ha.
My arms are too weak to hang onto things like that for long. The legs are where all my strength is at. I went on a 'Go Ape' thingy years back and there was this one part of the course where you had to swing down into a giant net on a rope and then climb up it but the harness pulling you back made it really difficult and I wound up having to be rescued because I couldn't pull myself up.
Ha. Yeah I reckon it'd be fun at Go Ape. We used to play at a similar venue as a kid in the woodland grounds of a national Trust property. Loads of treetop rope bridges, rope swings, forts, slide thingies etc. Yeah today is the day that you are the youngest you'll ever be and the oldest you've ever been. Happy day day.
Post by SketchyMagpie on Sept 11, 2017 13:00:10 GMT
The one at Cannock Chase was £30 (including the ziplines) when we went, I didn't think it was that bad since we were on the course for a couple of hours. My friend works there and he was saying they have to climb up the ziplines at the end of the day when they're shutting it down. Sounds like a fun job!