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Aug 18, 2013

A Gingerfest 2013

Yesterday I joined 1600 red head haired people from all over to break the Guinness Book of records.  The event took place at the Pioneer Courthouse Square in downtown Portland.  I've never seen so many different shades of red in my life.  For it to be official, we all had to been counted.  So they roped off the center portion of the square, made a gate and then we filed in as they counted.  Then once everyone was inside the square, we had to stay in the middle for ten minutes.  We did it.  We broke the record held by Breda, Netherlands last year with 1200 redheads.  It qualify to be counted, participants had to bring a childhood picture showing they are truly a natural redhead.   Here I am at age three.

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  1. Terri, my mom was a redhead and I always wished I were. When she adopted me, I was this tiny thing (only time I was ever tiny) with jet black hair (native american). She dyed her hair black so people would know she was my mother.

    Of course, here I am with black hair (I dye it red but only the gray turns. It's really really black) and my son had white hair when he was born. Nope, not a chance I could dye my hair white.

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    1. Pam, That's so sweet that your mother did that!

      My mom had black hair and I would put a black slip over head and pretend that I had black hair like hers. When my daughter(who has really dark brown hair) was younger she dyed her hair red to be like me.

      I wonder if your son's hair will darken with age.

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  2. Terri, when are you going to write a book about Simone in the protection specialist series. I would love to hear her story and each new book that comes out I'm always hoping it's about her. Will there ever be one or should I give up now? Thanks

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    1. Hi, thanks for stopping by. I do have Simone's story plotted. I'm not sure when I'll write it. I'm starting a new series about Homeland Security and the border patrol between the US and Canada. I hope after that I'll be able to come back to the protection specialist series.

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