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Beesan's E- Journal
Dec 10th, 2005 at 5:09pm
 
Well, here it is my own hair journal. I will try to write in it everyday- actually i promise i will write everyday, or at least every other day...

I hope that i don't bore everyone to death with my boring life Tongue

Ok, well somebody asked me how i can keep posting evryday at all times- when i should be at school- well m answer is that... *ahem* I homeschool, I decided to homeschool when i graduated from 8th grade from my little private school that didn't have highschool- so i really didn't want to go to public school- actually, i was afraid i wouldn't fit in, and then there comes peer pressure, drugs, religion.... ok i should stop babbling Lips Sealed until i have something good to say
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Reply #1 - Dec 10th, 2005 at 7:48pm
 
Heehee, looking forward to reading your journal, Beesan!  Smiley
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Reply #2 - Dec 10th, 2005 at 11:04pm
 
Congrats on starting your journal, finallllly!!!!!!!!

Im excited to read your hair techniques. LOL i dont think you will bore us with your life Roll Eyes.
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Reply #3 - Dec 11th, 2005 at 12:02am
 
Thanks Curlygirl and Juri! Cheesy

ok, here goes...

Hair-Today was wash day- used Natures Gate Jojoba shampoo and conditioner. I used the Giovanni leave- in for the fist time today with a bit of jojoba oil and braided. I haven't taken it out of the braid to see how the leave in is doing, maybe before i go to sleep.

Books-ok, i love to read, and i thought that this is a good way of keeping track of all the books i read. So i just finished It Happeneed to Nancyby anonymous teenager with AIDS- sad book cuz Nancy got date-raped and she was about 14...::sad:: now i'm reading The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants I like to read books about close friends and sisters...cuz i always wanted a sister... *sigh*

Goal of the week- finish my World Geaography book by next Saturday

Favorite quote - "Today is the tomorrow we woried about yesterday" wise and logical ??? oh well it sounded good...

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Reply #4 - Dec 11th, 2005 at 12:52am
 
Well, you have plenty of sisters here on Longlocks so there you go! Kiss Glad you started a journal.

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Reply #5 - Dec 11th, 2005 at 2:13pm
 
Awww you're so sweet Anais Kiss Kiss Kiss of coarse you're all my sisters, this really brings tears to my eyes Cry i can't even type right *sniff*- happy tears of coarse Smiley
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Reply #6 - Dec 11th, 2005 at 6:16pm
 
Reading books is a great way to expand your horizons. 

My parents always encouraged me to read and suggested I read both fiction and non-fiction books.  I love reading autobiographies, along with adventure and science fiction. 

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Reply #7 - Dec 11th, 2005 at 10:25pm
 
My mom keeps telling me to take it easy, that i read too much- she says the next thing i'll be reading in the bathroom Roll Eyes (is it a coincidence that i have done that a couple of times  ???Grin)

Went to the mall today for an hour or so, was tempted to buy more SS gifts but alas it has been sent- i hope it arrives on time and it doesn't get lost in the holiday-hectic-mail office


Hair- I unbraided and the Giovanni leave-in felt like i had butter in my hair Tongue, then i combed it and it felt better but still a bit weighed down. I think i may have put too much in. so i'll give it another chance and see how it goes. I really want this thing to work for my hair, cuz if it does it would sole a lot of problems for my hair.

Books-I finished The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants. so now i'm waiting for the second book. So until i get it I have started reading Fever 1793by Laurie Halse Anderson again! but i really like that book.

I hope everybody had a great weekend! Smiley

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Reply #8 - Dec 12th, 2005 at 11:16am
 
Hello little sister  Smiley you keep on reading your books.  Smiley
My daughter was the same way: others would go out and "run the streets"  Roll Eyes and she would be at home reading.......I will keep on looking for your book reports  Smiley
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Reply #9 - Dec 13th, 2005 at 12:54pm
 
I couldn't write an entry yesterday Sad cuz my Mom is finishing up her Masters Thesis and needed the computer ALL DAY!

So more later
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Reply #10 - Dec 13th, 2005 at 11:58pm
 
Hair- nothing much, except that the Giovanni leave-in drew my attention to something....I need a trim BAD Angrythe ends are disgusting and rough Tongue
so i think i wil cut of 2 inches from each layer- i neede a trim anyway, my last one was like a 6 months ago.

Books-Went to the library today and got Annies babyalso by anonymous, and So.B.itby Sarah Weeks. Annies baby is a true story about a girl who gets pregnant. and So.B.It is about a girl named Heidi, who's mom is mentaly retarded, and doesn't know anything about her background, and travels to find out more about herself.

Haven't finished what i should have from my Geo book, but i'll try to make it up tomorrow and hopefully be done by the end of the week Undecided
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Reply #11 - Dec 14th, 2005 at 2:38pm
 
Beesan, you always have sisters here! That is sooooo true. LongLocks is such a comfort! Also, I like your journal.
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Reply #12 - Dec 15th, 2005 at 12:55am
 
Thanks Curlygirl  Embarrassed Kiss true, I love evryone at LL you are all very supportive, loving, and caring Kiss

Nothing much for today, except that i woke up with a terrible pain in my hip and back- the cold and my scoliosis (sp??)are not helping Undecided i think i need to make an appontment at the PT ::sigh::
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Reply #13 - Dec 15th, 2005 at 7:41am
 
I have scoliosis too!  How long have you known about yours?  I knew about mine about 15 or so years before I decided to have surgery because it started getting worse.   Do you get it checked by an orthopedist?  I'd recommend getting an x-ray every couple years, just to make sure it's not getting worse. 

I hope your PT can help you feel better.  Back pains are no fun!

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Reply #14 - Dec 15th, 2005 at 3:19pm
 
Hey Khrome Smiley

I've known about mine for about 2 months or so. How was yours, i mean where was it, i mean i know it's in your back, but was it lower, upper back?..uuggghh.i really don't know how to say this question. Mine is on the shoulder blades, my right blade is like sort of uneven, it's like one is popping out and one is sinking in Tongue I haven't taken any X-rays yet but i think i will sometime soon.

BTW- who said PT was comforting Roll Eyes no, just to be fair it does help afterwards, NOT during. The worst thing about it is that they discoverd other tight muscles(hip) and some point in my back that needed some excersises, and my not being very flexible is not helping Tongue i realy was never an athlete- i can't even reach my toes Lips Sealed
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