A Real Blondie

Posted by on September 28, 2007 | 6 Comments

I am one of those rare people who’s hair color has never changed.  In fact, the color and texture could easily be mistaken for my 4 year old photo.  Not so bad, one might think, but my hair color is what many so kindly like to call “dishwater” or “dirty” blond.  Many shades short of a brunette, yet occasionally told that I am not a “real blond.”  Lacking a hair color identity, and not willing to resort to the bleach bottle, I was once again upstaged by a “real” blondie

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Yet somehow I was not threatened by this attractive blondie, who spun for the camera to show off its sugary sweet side …

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Sure, at first, feeling smug, I noticed that this blondie was a bit thick through the middle…

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… and as my suspicions proved, this was indeed a “packaged” blondie, not homegrown by any nature.  I could even see the dark chocolate colored roots showing through…

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Nonetheless, as my jealousy wore off, I felt for this blondie … so seemingly perfect yet obviously striving to be noticed.  After finally letting my guard down and approaching the blondie, my prejudgements were quickly cast aside as I discovered that this was in fact the sweetest blondie I had ever come across!

 

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Comments (6)

 

  1. Those DO look really good… I’m jealous too!

  2. ok seriously i need those NOW.
    are they as good as they look? gosh.
    ive heard good things about namaste but havent indulged yet. but these, honey they could turn me into a serious fan…how would feel about sending an allergic girl a care package? 😉

  3. VeggieGirl says:

    oh my goodness I’ve never HAD a vegan blondie before – these look sensational!!!

  4. Sarena says:

    I am so with you on the “dirty blond”! I too was always that girl. Unfortunately now, I am more of a light brunette. Oh well, it is nice to see you show up the packaged blondie. These look so good. I will have to check them out when I go back to Whole Foods. I looked at there sight and I will definitely give them a try! My grandmother has celiac, so it is nice to see a product out there like this for her as well! Thanks for the info!

  5. alisa says:

    Yes, they were (very past tense) incredible and gluten-free! Healthy, not in the slightest. I couldn’t believe my husband and I polished off 2/3 of an entire 9×13 pan in 2 days.

    Veggiegirl: alas they do have eggs. However, there is a recipe for Butterscotch Blondies in My Sweet Vegan!

  6. Nowheymama says:

    Can’t wait to test our Namaste products!

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