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Friday, April 30, 2010
$3 Home Beauty Solutions and The Pilgrimmage of My Hair
So I finally dyed my hair. Then my daughter layered it. It wasn't too traumatic. Okay, maybe a little bit. As you may remember, first I dyed it with henna last summer (heinous henna story). Then I went to a student at an academy (another crazy account involving my over active imagination). Both times ended in reprobate greys mocking me. Finally, in desperation, I bought a $3 box of brown/black dye at Walmart. I will spare you the details of this event, other than to say that there was a hole in my glove and it turned my finger black. It made my finger look like a zombie digit for a couple of days. Moonbeam pounded on the bathroom door wanting to be let in, which was a bit unnerving. After that she was quiet which was worse yet. It was also my daughters first attempt at layering. She went on youtube to figure it out. That would frighten most home beauty goers, but I, being a brave and desperate soul perservered. After her nervous plights, she was so pleased with it she layered her own hair. The color seems a bit dark, but I think I might like it. Mostly I like going by a mirror and not seeing gray hair giving me the raspberries. It was so rude that I imagine if I didn't do something quick, they were going to turn all Medusa on me. I am working all weekend, so you will most likely see some "Working Mom Blues" posts to come. I hope you are all enjoying yours!!
Warning! You have inadvertantly found yourself in my world. Similar to finding yourself in Narnia, you will experience strange words, not ever heard of. You will also experience other worldly sentence structure, spelling and seemingly incorrect word usage. Don't be alarmed! These oddities exist only in my mind. Since this is my world, humor me.
Deep in the heart of a remote forest in the Rocky Mountians lives an unusual mom with five kids and a husband.
My life is full of humor, adventure and fun. I have a vivid imagination that often takes me on exciting adventures (and sometimes gets me into a whole pack of trouble). Despite these challenges, joy abounds....
Kiana Childrens Home is located in Chennai India. It is being run by Pastor John and Ruth Clement. To support them you can send checks to: John Clement Plot no 48 Pallavan NagarInjambakkam Chennai600041 India