Weekend Dreams

For some reason, it looks like a rare quiet weekend for us coming up.

As it stands now, there are no social group outings to go to, no dinners, no anything.  Basically though, it is the proverbial "lull before the storm." 

Next week, I/we have four things to do, including a cross dresser - transgender support group meeting, a trip to the therapist, a dinner out with our meet up circle and a Valentines dinner to be decided later.

I washed my hair yesterday, so my "salon hair" is gone and the natural waves are back. But of course, the new color is still there. Unfortunately too, my fingernails are going to need attention too. They are starting to chip (as they always do) at approximately the three week mark. Since I don't put the extra money and time out for acrylics.

Other than that, I will have to decide if I will wear my new/old glasses to any of the appointments.

One thing is for sure, the week will fly by before I know it.

As my Mom used to say, don't wish time away. Your life is like a roll of toilet paper, the closer it gets to the end...the faster it goes.

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  1. Acrylic nails, while they don't have the problem of polish chipping, do really need attention every three weeks or so. Depending on how fast your nails grow, returning to the salon for a fill is the only way to keep acrylics looking good. I'm overdue for a fill now, but I'll wait until the current snow storm is over, cuz I'm not going anywhere else, either (4" of snow in Seattle stops everything; very few snow plows and salt/sand trucks).

    A blow dryer and a round brush can straighten out the curls. Back when I had hair, it had some waves that seemed to always go the wrong direction. I remember wishing my hair were just a little longer, and with a feminine cut, as I used the dryer and brush to tame the waves. It could have even been pretty!

    Wouldn't that be: "Don't flush time away"? :-)

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