My dear friends. OH, my friends.
I had hoped to be able to give you a glowing report on my hair crisis, to issue a statement to the effect of, “Things were a bit dodgy but with proper haircare and some 3 Minute Miracle, all is well in lock-land.”
But it’s not going to work out.
Instead of being able to move past the differences I have with my hair I’m being forced to upgrade the situation to a sincere “hair-tastrophe”!
Bad Hair Day does nothing to accurately depict the flyaway pieces of Silly String attached to my head. (Except my hair isn’t hot pink or orange.)
I am at a loss and now seeking intervention. I don’t want to wear a ponytail for the rest of my life but if I don’t my hair is levitating off of my head, in shock from its switch from soft to hard water, humid to arid climate.
What’s a girl to do?!
Is there a haircare guru reading this? Can someone help me? What product should I be using???
In other news, my sister is an excellent cook and makes the best breakfast burrito I’ve ever had. The lard baby is very happy this morning.
I’d also like to know if it’s just practice that makes people get good at playing Word with Friends or if I’m lacking a gene.
I’m new to the Words with Friends world and I thought I was going to absolutely love it because I have an inappropriate love relationship with words (and have even been known to read the dictionary on occasion. That’s how I know it’s an inappropriate relationship – who in their right minds reads the dictionary?)
The thing is, I’m loving the game but my scores are horrible. Abysmal. Unworthy. Flagitious. Painful. Vile. Atrocious.
So, today’s StealingFaith post is A) All about me and my issues (with a small detour to my sister’s breakfast burrito) and B) A desperate plea for advice regarding the sad state of “a-hairs” (yuck,yuck) on my head and how to improve my Words with Friends game.
Thank you. Goodbye.
PLEASE! Don’t forget to leave your advice in the comments. And rate this post, send it to your Aunt Fanny in Poughkeepsie, and don’t forget to have yourself a stellar (good, wonderful, cracking, neat, great, lovely, fun-filled, enceinte, spectacular, groovy and corking) day!