Tuesday

 Decided to dye my hair back after all.
It was getting too blonde, which may have been fine if I had some sun, but that's not happening in Seattle anytime soon!

Also, have you been following Alyson's journey?
Oh my goodness, I savour each PICTURE... I'm clearly hungry for a European vacation ;)
Meanwhile, homemade chai and veggie stock

11 comments:

karin said...

That`s a beautiful colour and i like your hairdo.

Emily Peebles said...

Homemade chai?! That sounds absolutely wonderful. And your hair looks lovely!

LN said...

The photographs on the blog you shared are beautiful!

I made homemade chai last night as well. I like the jars you put it in.

Alyson Redding said...

Your hair looks so pretty like that, Ashley! The color is nice too.

I was thinking of you as I was putting the flowers post together - something about it had you on my mind! I keep wishing we could be collaborating on projects together. Life here is beautiful but I DO get bored sometimes! It would be nice to have some sort of creative outlet.

Actually, now I'm wondering... COULD we collaborate on something, somehow?! Ideas....???

Jaime Rugh said...

So so pretty

Belinda said...

Oh you did it. It's not so dark, but I guess if you are used to blonde it would feel quite different. Does it look longer?

nileta said...

your hair looks really nice. how did you manage to make all this chai?

SASHA said...

brown is the way to go. of course, i'm incredibly biased:)))

ashley said...

Yeah, several people have said how long it is (even though it's really not) since I dyed it. Funny huh? I am glad I did it, was looking so washed out.

Nileta- I make a really really strong batch (with four tea bags stuffed full of assam tea) and then add filtered water to it to fill the jug. So good...

Tiffany said...

Thanks for that, I'm blushing. I save your blog to read once a week for inspiration. So nice. x

Clare said...

The color is beautiful. Homemade chai sounds great, too. I'll have to look up a recipe for it soon.