Well, they had a really fun time on their daddy/daughter date.
She wore the pink tutu as planned, in addition to accessorizing with a loaded down backpack. She stuffed lots of little toys inside. You never know when a Polly Pocket or a Little People princess is going to be needed.
I heard about the night at Chick-fil-A from a friend at church on Facebook. Should’ve known that half of our church would be there, too. 🙂 Mini saw lots of her friends and they took a ride in a limo (she later told me she got to ride in a lemon, which made me laugh) and brought home a flower. Mike found a bud vase and put the pink carnation in it. It was really cute to come home and see it on the counter.
(I was at a homeschool meeting.)
(It was about learning styles and personality.)
(My favorite topics.)
(The presenter was an educational psychologist and he was really good. I laughed out loud a lot.)
I’ve had some awful bad hair days lately. This is the longest my hair has been in a long time and I’m not sure what to do with it. In my desperate search of the internet (okay, not really), I commented to Megan (of Fried Okra’s blog) because she has beautiful hair and I pleaded for her secrets. One thing she does is condition instead of shampoo+condition every other day so I tried it.
This is going to sound silly, but I had the best ponytail ever. Ever.
Then Pinterest led me to a blogger who makes great tutorial videos about hair. Kate is a hairstylist in Raleigh and is as cute as can be. I watched every single one of her videos and tried out her hair curling technique on Sunday.
I felt like I had a new bounce in my step! As shallow as it feels to say it out loud, you can’t underestimate the power of a good hair day.
You should check out Kate’s blog as well as her sister’s. Lots of fun stuff.
Well, I better get to bed. Tomorrow I am going with Max’s Farm School class on a field trip. We’re going to visit a log cabin that was made with only the use of hand tools. I hope my hair looks good. 🙂