Made weak by time and fate,
but strong in will;
To seek, to strive, to find, and not to yield.

Side Note:
The fork. or Also known as "A Dingle-hopper" Reminds me of one who not only had amazing hair (that I would pretend I had as I swam in our pool as a young girl) but also for me represents a young woman who loved learning about everything and anything. Who pushed past barriers and boundaries to find her place in this world. In this industry education is key and you are always always learning. Everyday! And with that requires perseverance to reach goals. The industry of beauty is all about testing, pushing and surpassing barriers and boundaries. This industry is truly SWEET!!!!

Friday, September 7, 2012

TA DA!!!!!!!

I did it! I chopped my hair yet again. Mind you it wasn't like the big locks of love chop I did 5yrs ago but a chop non the less. I tend to do things to my hair when I'm stressed, upset or "dealing".  With so much going on ( me working now full time, Bran going to school in the spring, the cleaning and groceries and meals and school and lets not forget..the kids...and all the other things us moms and women do)  I didn't need to be worrying over or trying to accomplish another thing, including growing my hair out to be as Tessa says, " Mermaid hair".   It feels so much better.  All my dry ends are gone and it's going to be easy to style, straight, curly, messy, bed head... whatever.  Now if I only can get my little duck tail in the back to behave! see that little flip in the top pick. Ya! Quack quack.   LOL.  Nothing like a good cowlick or swirl I always say!  I'm thinking the best way to control it is to let my layers keep growing out. They'll cover it soon enough and weigh it down. 
Hey why don't you give your hair some sugar!!!!
It's Goooood!
P.S. Cut was done by my wonderfully talented friend Mandy Stewart. Known her since highschool, since crosspoint ward, and now she's in my neighborhood! I love her! 

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