Sunday, August 11, 2013

Life goes on


The tacky fireplace in the tacky Hilton in tacky Niagara Falls. Yes, it is a picture.

Well, yesterday I got my hair done and let the apprentice cut my hair. I have never let anyone but the Pro cut my hair for over 15 years. But I decided, I want hair that I don't need to fuss with unless I feel like fussing. Some days I have to be at work at 6:30 in the morning and I do not feel like fussing on those days. So the apprentice cleaned up the horrible haircut and gave me some pointers. She said to comb out my hair when it is sopping wet, scrunch to get the curls and then put in the product. And do not touch it again. I can try this. It also looks great blown out if I do decide to fuss.

I bought new jeans for work. Technically we are not supposed to wear jeans, but these are brown and black and as the only woman in the group I can get away with more. Yep, in this day and age the only woman in the group. The Corporate QM is a woman so it is just me and her. Anyway I am now between sizes and the jeans can be thrown in the dryer so maybe they will shrink as I shrink.

Monday I have to go to work and build new pilots. And I do not think we have enough parts. And I am wondering just how I am supposed to deal with this little snag.

Punkin Head is so excited about his new job. He found out that he does not want to live in Felony Flats as one of the neighborhoods is known. That is good information. I gotta find out exactly when they are leaving, but right now it just makes me cry. My boy is moving across the country with his new bride and it is a monumental change. I will buck up and be fine, but I will miss him so very much.

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  1. You're going to love hearing about the west coast.

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    1. Yes indeed, I am looking up hotels and Big Daddy is checking the cost of flights. It is just so much farther than before.

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  2. One of mine moved aLL the way across the country (Texas) in the Spring and now the one who has been gone for four years is veRy happy to be home, especiaLLy after his two insomniacal weeks of camping.

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    1. I know you are glad to have him back.

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  3. I just cannot imagine starting work at 6:30 - although the cats usually wake mr at 5:00 for breakfast.

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    1. It is what you are used to, I never thought it would become normal to me, but it did.

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