Post-Salon Ditziness

Furnulum pani nolo.
“I don’t want a toaster.”
Generally, things (like this quiz) tend to tick you
off. You have contemplated doing grievous
bodily harm to door-to-door salesmen.

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I’m pretty! No, I don’t have any pictures to prove it. But sambear dropped me off at Three313 with orders that the wizards do whatever I wanted, and that I not be permitted to know what it cost.

I then asked Rico and Jason to do whatever they liked. I think the hair color is called a “splash” something—my natural dark color with lighter highlights. They’re clearly not natural highlights, nor are they meant to seem natural. Jason cut my hair, hmm, about chin length? And put in some layers. I think.

Then Lesley did my nails. I haven’t had the gel wrap thing before. She put a tip on the one weird half-nail I have (due to a childhood injury), but she thinks that she can train it to grow normally. My nails aren’t long YET, but they are strong! I picked a blood-red polish since it’s one of those colors I can’t get on by myself without looking like a horror movie extra.

C.J. “touched up” my makeup. Since there wasn’t really any left at the end of the day, that meant just reapplying it. Next time I think I’ll tell her to do something I would never think of, instead of assuming I wanted a “natural” look. Might find something I like, you know?

She suggested a moisturizing masque to wear overnight. I immediately explained that I’m not going to use any such thing, ever. They make me think of Lucy Ricardo covered in green goo, which can only lead to twin beds. Hello, do the people who come up with these treatments just not understand that the point is NOT to scare one’s partner out of the room?

She said she’ll never be able to use or recommend them again without thinking about that image.

Oh—the traffic court judge’s office called. The cop who ticketed me is in Iraq, so he can’t make the April court date. They’re taking it off the calendar ’til he’s back. It might happen around July. They said they’ll give me at least 30 days’ notice whenever it does happen. I wonder how long it would have to go before it is considered not having a trial in a reasonable amount of time?

Cyn is Rick's wife, Katie's Mom, and Esther & Oliver's Mémé. She's also a professional geek, avid reader, fledgling coder, enthusiastic gamer (TTRPGs), occasional singer, and devoted stitcher.
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