The grass isn't greener on the other side of the fence, it's just different grass.
I'm in my early fifties with hardly any noticeable grey and it sucks. It doesn't match my face or my body or the words that come out of my mouth. This is my real hair colour and I would not dye it even if I could fix the problem with a different shade of brown, blonde, red, etc. because that's just not something that interests me and I'd rather have a computer part or a toy for my kid.
Most people think I lie about not dying my hair and that I am either not very intelligent or have very poor taste in hair colouring products.
It's not something I stress over that much, but it does make me laugh sometimes because most of the women in my family went grey very early and I expected to as well. They might have thought they wanted my hair, but if they had it, they would probably feel the same way I do.
I like scarves. I'll probably get some more of them and learn more ways to tie them if this keeps up much longer.
Edited by IEF, 17 July 2017 - 04:22 PM.