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Tuesday, June 06, 2006

There Is No Such Thing As Natural Beauty

I am back from the Sal-on and I discussed the gray sitcheeashun with my stylist. She thinks my hair would be good to let it go, alas, I did have her go ahead and color it. The reason being is that she said she could put some sort of non permanent type of rinse on it to even it out as it grows out. We're not going to do it right now because I spend summertimes by the pool, in the sun and the sun would fade the non permanent really quickly SO, come fall, we might be taking the gray plunge.

I heard a couple interesting stories whilst I spent two hours getting my coif done.

My stylist just got married a few weeks back and I asked her if there was anything wild and crazy that went on that might secure her a spot on "America's Funniest Home Videos." She said nothing too wild went on, EXCEPT for the fact she had to fire the preacher a couple days before and scramble to find another one. Seems the originally shedyooled preacher man had something come up and he said he'd be able to be there, however, he might be 15-20 minutes late. He said the people wouldn't mind waiting a few minutes? Hello? Miraculously, she found her another preacher. That struck me as really funny. I've never heard of anybody having to fire the preacher.

They got the preacher thing settled and then the Maid of Honor also got fired. Her MOH, friend of more than a decade got drunk and tried to get the GROOM to spend his last night of bachelorhood with her in her hotel room and it wasn't to discuss who would keep charge of the weddin' rangs.

Then, I heard another customer telling how when her cat died, she had to take two weeks off work for bereavement. Two weeks????? Hear me....I have three dogs and two cats. Ok, so the cats aren't on the top of my Love List (but they adore me and won't leave me alone...go figya) and I have a 15 year old dog who has long been in her twilight, that I love dearly and will miss when her time comes but TWO WEEKS OFF WORK???

I must say, the 'do looks quite good. Wish I could make it look like this everyday.

1 comment:

Blogarita said...

Call me a cold-hearted woman, but within two weeks, I could be fully attached to a new pet. Fluffy, who? Oh, you mean my old cat.

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