When I'm airdrying my hair with plans to bun it for the week, I really like using this leave-in conditioner. I don't use it when I plan on adding heat to my hair but for no/low-manipulation styling...it's pretty awesome to me. I bought it at Sally's for $8.99 but a friend told me she gets it at Walmart for a little less. (I just noticed you can get it for a tad bit less on Sally's site.)
It doesn't make my hair greasy feeling nor does it weigh it down.
Just passing it along.
Anything you've been trying lately that you'd like to share with us?
Driving E to school this morning listening to Justin Timberlake's "Strawberry Bubblegum."
E: What's the point of this song?
Me: Um...I never really thought about it. I guess it doesn't have a point.
Me: A lot of music doesn't have a point.
E: I've noticed.
SIP: *Presses FM button to WAMU 88.5* Damn kid.
Do your kids have a reading nook? You know...a comfortable, quiet, well-lit space to curl up with a book?
When I was a kid I did. It was called the big tree out back. I'd climb up in it and relax on this perfect Y shaped branch which held me perfectly. I took a flat piece of plywood up there and positioned it in arms reach to put my stuff on and I'd spend HOURS in that tree reading.
If it rained, I posted up in the corner of the living room between the wall and the sofa right under the window. They always knew they'd find me there trapped in the world of the book I was reading.
Robby used to read in his bedroom or in the living room.
The thing that stands out is that both of our families respected the qiet needed to really fall into a book.
My sister put a big bean bag in my nephew's room near the window so he could curl up with a good book and she says when she passes by and sees him there...it makes her heart smile to see him reading and not playing video games.
Do YOUR children have reading nooks? Do you have regular reading time for your kids? Do you have to force them to read?
A few weeks ago I was in line at the Amish Market getting my normal split breast chicken. The line for the prepared food is a shoulder's length alongside it and it can be a bit confusing at times. Most people just ask which line you're in so they know if they should simply get in line behind you.
It's pretty civil.
Hey...it's the Amish Market. You're always happy there.