complaining · thankfulness · Thursday · Uncategorized

Thursday, hot stuff…


Image by Amir Nejad via Flickr

It has been hot.  I mean HOT!  And it’s only the first of June.  Makes one wonder what summer is going to be like.  I think I ask this every year about this time.  You would think that after living in the South for as long as I have I wouldn’t be surprised by the heat.

At work the air conditioning has not been working.  Well, it is sort of chugging along but not cooling enough to be comfortable.  Yesterday the repairmen were there to fix it.  As we were complaining commenting about the heat and how being too warm made it really unpleasant to work, the repair guys were climbing around on the roof.

I think we, of the spoiled sort, don’t know what hot and uncomfortable can be.  And for that I am thankful.


Monday · musings

Monday, musings…

Just for fun and to share with other trolls :D
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Today is Monday, September 27, 2010

I have a tumultuous relationship with my hair.  It’s a love hate kind of thing.  I love that  I have hair–I hate  the hair I have.

What was once a rich auburn is now a blah salt and pepper.  Once it was full and shiny–now thin and dull.  Once there were soft curls–now fuzzy curls.

I know that I could remedy the color but I am more than a bit lazy and tend to put things off.  So most of the time I would have pretty hair with ugly roots–not good.

It really isn’t all that thin and dull but the fuzzies make it seem so.  The fuzzies can be tamed but then we are back to the lazy-put-things-off syndrome of mine.

Getting a hair cut is almost torture.  I know how I want my hair cut but communicating to the stylist tends to be a problem.  Once upon a time I was a hairdresser and I do know how to cut hair and can cut my own but here we are back at the lazy…

Am I the only woman with this dilemma?  What do others do about their hair issues?  Probably the same as me–complain, complain, complain.

Okay, my hair is problematic but I really am happy that I have hair.  But I could be a lot happier.