good hair days
It’s definitely a day to stay home, wrapped up all toasty and warm. But this morning, I put on my snowboots, a warm coat, a woolly hat, earmuffs and gloves and headed out the door. With the crazy wind blowing snow all around me, I quickly uncovered the car and hopped in. Wondering how long it would take to reach my destination, I was quite thankful that I wasn’t travelling too far. The roads were covered in snow, and they still are. But I was looking forward to my appointment. I was only going for a haircut, but it was waaaaaay overdue and with all the static from the combination of cold weather and central heating I was so ready for a “good hair day”. There weren’t many cars on the road, and I’m not surprised. The snow was pretty deep, especially on roads where I made some fresh new tyre tracks :)
Deciding I quite like having long hair, I only had a little taken off, and then had it styled “wild” – every time, without fail, I can’t help but grin when my hairdresser creates what looks to me like a lion’s mane, before taming it somewhat.. :)
So I left without my woolly hat and earmuffs, I was for sure going to make the most of my good hair day!
But when I arrived home I was hungry, and so hubby and I decided to walk to a nearby cafe for lunch. And for that… yes.. I had to wear my woolly hat and earmuffs. Oh well, it was worth it because we had lunch at Eetgelegenheid Eigen. I love it there, I always have the same. #53. Always on a brown pistolet. Best sandwich ever!
And.. turns out that even after the wearing of my woolly hat, I still have wild hair ;) thanks to Professional Sebastian Craft Clay – fab product!
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