…I scheduled a massage for mid-April. My shoulders ache and I’m sore and stiff a lot.
…Our road trip to Nashville is coming up, and I got a Quality Inn room in Louisville for $38 per night. We’ll (my sister, niece, M, and I) be doing Dinosaur World and Mammoth Cave Park on the way down, and Louisville on the way up. I’ve got the road trip snacks and the rooms, and will be getting my car detailed the day we go. Can’t wait to get the heck out of here.
Finally, who thinks mommy-daughter dreadlocks would be the best???
My dreads would have to be professionally started (no problem in the hippie town I work in, for the same cost as a massage a professional dreadlocks guru will get them going and even do the once a week maintenance for you), and hers would have to start naturally once it gets shoulder length, then having learned on myself I could help them grow in naturally. No way she’d sit still for a five hour dreadlock starter appointment!
2 thoughts on “I’m going to keep throwing money at my problems”
Throwing money at problems helps! It makes you a bit poorer but the self care is really priceless, right?
I had a friend whose daughter – closer to six – had the most adorable dreadlocks in a rainbow of colors. Of course, she had a much lighter hair color than M does, so coloring was easy. But I think if it simplifies your life (in terms of hair care) and brings you joy, it’s a great idea! And I love the look in the top left picture, in particular.