Along the lines of my previous post about being on Facebook, I’ve decided to stop hiding behind my avatar. Don’t get me wrong — I love my avatar. I even went so far as to take a printout of my avatar to my hair stylist and say, “My hair is really close to this, but what can you do so that it can look exactly like this?”
My stylist said she’s had a lot of people bring a lot of different photographs in before and say, “I want my hair to look like that,” but no one had ever before brought her a cartoon…
But I have decided that if I’m going to bare my face to the world on my Facebook page, I can afford to do it here, too. And so, a fond farewell to the avatar that served me so well.
This is the real me.
I just thought you’d like to know I ordered your book!
heard about blizzards. u ok?
Your avatar is pretty, but just doesn’t reveal your true beauty, birthday buddy!
What’s happening on the book front? I LOVED Destined to Choose! More! More!
lol… though our situations are different. I never planned to be anonymous on this blog, even a little bit. (Of course, this means there is so much I can’t say simply because it’s not anonymous…
One of these days I might be brave enough to pull off the veil, but not just yet.