I started today (my second day of having one extra hour - whatever) with nine things on my to-do list (to-do before 3:00 p.m. when the kids get off the bus and my life spontaneously combusts). It is roughly 2:00 p.m. and I have accomplished five of them. Since I promised to blog whenever it was convenient this month I decided to fore go working out and doing laundry and whatever else is on the list - and fulfill my promise to you guys. You're welcome.
As you might know, after a long and sordid relationship with my last hair dresser - we broke up. Or, I broke up with him and he might not know it yet. Whichever, I am currently seeing someone else and I love her.
In our short relationship, here's what she's taught me.
1. Even though my hair is as straight as a board, I can still benefit from straightening my hair. This logic is kinda like the logic...oh, wait. I am trying not to be political on the day before the elections. So, just know that this logic is not logical.
2. When you want to attempt that "straight from the hairdresser look" you can do a couple of things after you've had it cut, colored, and styled. You can not wash your hair for as long as you can stand it, or until your kids start to comment rudely. Or, you can wash it and try in vain to attain the look you had right before you washed it. Or, you can just confess to your hairdresser that you don't have the foggiest idea how to style your hair and can she show you. She showed me. And she talked slowly. I can style it better now.
3. All women can have silky smooth hair that is soft to the touch. Even old women like me.
4. Wax isn't just for the bikini line anymore.
5. And lastly, hubby freaked out a little when he saw these in the cupboard.