There Is No Cat

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Sunday, February 5, 2006

Before and after

Friday night:

Me before haircut and shave

Sunday morning:

Me after haircut and shave

Posted at 11:40 AM

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Ralph, I'll have to say that I think the after look suits you.

Posted by Shelley at 3:30 PM, February 5, 2006 [Link]

You have definitely been "Youth-en-ized"! Like the new look a lot but don't you feel a bit lightheaded? If so, I'm sure it will pass....

Posted by BarbraAnn at 5:30 PM, February 5, 2006 [Link]

who are you and what have you done with my friend ralph???

Posted by shirley at 8:58 PM, February 5, 2006 [Link]

all kidding aside, good on ya, mate. you have stumbled upon the fountain of youth!

Posted by shirley at 9:01 PM, February 5, 2006 [Link]

I'd say that it exposes your fatty cheeks, so you might exercise, restrict the diet and exchange 15 pounds of fat with 10 pounds of increased muscle mass.

Still, you might do a yearly fore-and-aft shot against a studio white background for records.

How about photos of the beardless youth of 15?

Posted by d at 9:23 PM, February 5, 2006 [Link]

Cool. Both looks.

Posted by Joe Mahoney at 10:42 PM, February 6, 2006 [Link]

Cool! :) Like the clean shaven look... of course, the bearded Ralph was also okay. :)

Posted by deb at 3:49 AM, February 9, 2006 [Link]

Thanks for the kind comments, everyone (except you, Dan). I like this look a lot better; I was tired of looking like a refugee from 1973. That's a weight off my shoulders. :-)

Shirley, it wasn't hard to find the Fountain of Youth; they have signs for it all over the place in St. Augustine.

www.brandi.org/photos/staugustine2004/graymonday/CRW_2947.jpg

(You know, Shirley, I think you're one of the few people I know these days who knew me before I grew my hair long....)

Posted by ralph at 8:45 AM, February 9, 2006 [Link]

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