Conditioner acquired. See? I told you everything would be fine.
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Amazing you are! Even with a Greek dramatic flare – so appropriate! Love, Mom
Mom! I don’t start Greek until later today! Patience, woman 😉
Um. Cut off your hair and then you won’t need to find conditioner. You’re in another country, another world! Do something crazy!
Since we’re all confident that crazy does not equal scandalous, then live dangerously within the bounds of propriety! Throw away the conditioner! Shake your head when you get out of the shower and let the dreadlocks form!
Don’t wait til you’re 60 to wear a purple dress and a red hat!
(don’t get too crazy though. I mean, I’m a fan of bathing and deoderant–especially for those around me)
It’s actually easier to take care of when it’s long- conditioner is as froufrou as I get. I comb it when I get out of the shower, let it dry however it wants, and put it in a ponytail eventually. Done. I call it The Laura.
I second that, Maria. Shave and save.
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Catholic. Southerner. Graduate of the University of Notre Dame ('10). God willing, I will receive my MSW from the University of Michigan in 2012. I live in Detroit with my darling husband, and I'm learning how to turn a house into a home.
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