Bad Hair Days

DSCN3626-001We have been packing and filling up a container that was delivered on Monday. My attire is the same each day, nothing fancy, just layers for warmth. In this kind of weather my hair can get kind of wild-looking. The dampness sends a message to each strand and says it’s time to party. I will miss the expertise of the proprietor of this salon. He is an artist and knows how to tame my hair. For right now I am forgoing the thought of trying to look nice. I don’t, and that is the truth. Moving always entails making a huge mess. The mess is a bit toned down now. Just odds and ends and then to tackle the cleaning, so that it will shine for the new occupant. For today, I will keep a song in my heart and again muster up energy to continue, as we will soon be on our way..


7 thoughts on “Bad Hair Days

    • Hi Laura, thank you! We will be heading for Oregon on Monday. I am actually thankful for my thick wild hair…but it does get a little out of control at times.. (:

  1. I’m pretty attached to my hairdresser…
    You have quite a task for this time of year. May God bring you safely to your next adventure!
    Merry Christmas…

  2. Somehow I’ve fallen behind, or missed something. Did your house sell? Or are you just leaving? Or what? Inquiring minds ( or at least, my mind) wants to know!
    I may have missed a post or two along the way.

    Anyway – best wishes for the getting underway! And don’t worry about losing your hairdresser. You could be losing your hair!

    Merry Christmas to you – and all good wishes for your journey into the New Year.

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