Look! New hair!
I am a rare breed in that I actually do not like to go to the salon to get my hair done. I go because, as my family knows, we have some premature greying issues. Also, as some of my readers will remember, I am currently more than 20% grey. Yuck!
For me, I have better places to spend my time than at the salon (which is why I only go twice a year). For example, on this most recent visit, I got to the salon and they washed my hair (like 4 times) and they put the color in my hair. The colorist gave me a magazine and said that she would be back... in 45 minutes. That's just ridiculous. If only I could blog while I was sitting in the salon with color on my hair.
So, she colored my hair... washed my hair... washed it again... put some more stuff in it... let that sit... washed it again... washed it again... cut it... gave me some bangs (not so sure about those bangs)... and styled my hair.
Then, we went out to the golf course for a Bro-and-mom photo shoot. It looks like Bro had other ideas. Oh well!
He wanted to hunt for
Easter eggs golf balls. He found one...
... and then another.
Daddy showed him where the golf balls belong.
Then, Bro practiced for himself.
I think that I am going to start coloring my hair at home. I'll let you know how that goes.
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