Happy Memorial weekend to you. Here at Chez-Cootie Bug we will be just hanging out. Tonight we're grilling steaks for dinner, and, as I write, John is keeping watch on them. I've already set the table and the side dishes are prepared.
This morning I scrubbed the patio table and chairs.
I gave the grill a few swipes on the exterior while I was at it.
I have a question that I hope someone might be able to answer:
taken a few hours ago:
This one was taken 20 or so years ago, give or take a few years:
My almost-straight hair that I used to have has turned curly in the past 1-2 years. I don't have a permanent and I don't use anything to curl it.
I wore my signature bob all these years until the curls took over.
Anyone want to suggest a possible reason why this has happened?
I'm guessing that age and hormones play a part, perhaps.
John isn't fond of the curls, by the way. Most of the time I don't mess with styling it except when I want to take the extra time. I usually just towel dry it, add a bit of moisturizer to control static electricity, and semi-dry with a blow dryer to relax the curl somewhat. Never, ever, does it relax. I suppose a flatiron would straighten it but with the layers I don't think it would look good at this time.
I'm letting it grow temporarily, after cropping it very short last fall one Saturday night. I hadn't done that in years and years, but I wasn't liking my hair at all and I had a sudden urge to chop it off, which I did. It was very short.
That's all for now.
Will be back, of course!
xo xo xo