Woohoo! Difficult student had a good day!
Whines: I am being nickeled and dimed, but it's more like 20's and 50's with all the kids' activities and expenses
Whatever: Time to exercise
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So now I don't feel bad after reading how much you guys pay for haircuts.
The lady I go to was from a church we went to years ago. Her daughter and Kristen were the same age- and when they were little friends. So it's kind of nice seeing her- I get to hear how her daughter's doing, how people at the church we used to go to are doing (it has since closed but many people there go to her for haircuts). Kind of like the Cheers of hairdressers LOL.
Her hair cuts are $25. I get mine highlighted to hide the grey- that's $50. But she's operating a business out of her own home, she's the only employee, so that's why her rates are what they are. I think they're comparable to what local salons charge- I don't really know since I haven't been to one in years......
I keep telling her if/when she retires (she's several years older than me and her husband had a stroke earlier this year) don't know what I'll do. Her daughter is currently in beauty school, I'm assuming that she may just help her mom/ take over her business one day........
Whohoo! We go to see the college student for the first time next weekend (I don't know if that's a whohoo or a worry LOL)
Whines. Ok I have 7 different job applications just "floating out there". 4 different state ones, a temp job, a job putting out merchandise for Macy's and one with a call center I previously applied to but didn't get. Could one of them PLEASE call me to say they want me to work for them? Pretty please???????????????
Worries: Money. The 11 year old cat.
Whatever: Becca has her permit. Though I really want her to be driving, I really don't know if I want to deal with behind-the-wheel stuff with her since "I" was the one who had to deal with Kristen and she's STILL got work to do on driving. Not to mention Becca has no fear of anything........
I go to 2 different places. I have my lady that cuts my hair, love her and she thins it out really well, but its $40 for the cut, which is actually cheaper, it used to be $60, but she moved places and has a smaller overhead cost, so dropped her rates a bit, so its $50 after tip. Then I go to this amazing guy who does color, but he is super super expensive, which is why I don't do it often. I am looking at switching to an all organic hair place and seeing how i like them, but I hate switching and have it mess up. My hair got fairly light this summer, more of a light auburn because of all the time I spent in the sun. I'm almost afraid if I do let my natural hair grow up, grey will start appearing!! Not that grey is bad and all, but I'm only 35, I'd like to hold off a little longer. My middle brother is 32 and he has dark blonde hair, but he actually has already started getting some grey hair and it scares me! My hair is naturally a very dark ash brown, so grey would stick out like a sore thumb.
Tracy- Kristen got one of those in the mail a few days ago too. And I opened it- thinking it was money LOLOLOLOL.
She'll probably complain b/c I opened that, and her credit card bill. Just wanting to see how she's spending her money- the only thing on that is her books, and they weren't as bad as she thought they were going to be.