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Reply #225 - Sep 11th, 2009 at 1:40pm
 
I'm glad that things are working out for you all. Smiley   
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Reply #226 - Sep 15th, 2009 at 11:45am
 

Tuesday 15 September 2009
Hair  Still growing.  I'm thinking I'll let it grow all winter, then decide in the spring to cut or not. 

Other  Rest in peace, Patrick Swayze.  Effing cancer.   Angry 

Digging on Shinedown tunes this morning.   Cool 

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Reply #227 - Sep 15th, 2009 at 5:01pm
 
*shakes head* This is a crap year to be a star, man. Sad
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Reply #228 - Sep 16th, 2009 at 6:28am
 
Even if I'm not a fan of any of the stars that have died this year.  It did hit me how many of them died of cancer. Sad
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Reply #229 - Sep 18th, 2009 at 10:07am
 

Friday 18 September 2009
Hair  I think the Pantene Ice Shine shampoo is not doing a good job of giving my hair what it needs.  So this weekend I'll purchase more of the...what's it called?  Pantene Volume, yeah.  Even diluted, that stuff seemed to be excellent. 

Other  Hubby will be busy tomorrow working a MOCHIP even at our local district fair.  http://www.mochip.org/
Then he leaves Sunday morning, along with 2 fellow lodge brothers, for Columbia to attend the Masonic Grand Lodge conference.  He'll return sometime Tuesday evening, so mamma will have to hold down the fort.   Cool

Family reunion is in...two weeks' time, on October 3.   Cool 
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Reply #230 - Sep 21st, 2009 at 10:49am
 

Monday 21 September 2009
Hair  Standing in Wally World on Saturday morning, comparing Pantene's Volume shampoo with their Full and Thick shampoo.  Same ingredients, hmm... probably just a little more of one ingredient than another.  The F&T shampoo advertises right on the bottle, though, that it's for "thin or thinning" hair.  Hey, that's me!  So that's what I bought.  Was going to dilute the shampoo but realized I needed to experience it full-force to gauge whether or not it will do the job.  As usual, when trying a new product, I did a vinegar rinse first.  And so far...  I'm very pleased with the results.  I used no mousse or spray yesterday, after trying the F&T shampoo for the first time and my hair looked good, really good.  Afraid the nice results were a fluke, I opted again this morning *not* to use mousse or spray.  No blow fryer either--just combed my hair into place and allowed it to air dry.  It really looks great!  I mean, I don't *think* I'm imagining things.  I'm pretty sure I'm not suffering from wishful thinking.  Time will tell -- but I think I've found a new shampoo.  Cool 

Other  Hubby left yesterday morning for his trip to grand lodge and will return sometime tomorrow evening.  I must admit...it was nice being able to read whenever I wanted, without having the tv blaring in the background.   Smiley 
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Reply #231 - Sep 21st, 2009 at 11:19am
 
Hmm...I've tried Full & Thick on occasion and was never impressed with the results. I guess it makes more of a difference if you actually have thinning hair as opposed to just thin hair. Huh What I do like about it is that it's an anti-breakage formula. Smiley
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Reply #232 - Sep 21st, 2009 at 2:02pm
 
Hey Trish, you and I suffer with the same blaring TV!  I've discovered ear plugs help alot!! Grin  Even if hubby is snoring loudly,I use earplugs and they cut down on the noise alot without my fear of not hearing something important like the phone or one of the pets getting into mischief or needing help.  Just an FYI!
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Reply #233 - Sep 22nd, 2009 at 12:04pm
 

Tuesday 22 September 2009
Hair  I'm noticing that my hair, around the temples, appears somewhat frizzy and flyaway when I don't use mousse.  Hmm.   Huh  I do like for my hair to appear smooth and silky, so I guess I'll start using the mousse again, at least part of the time. 
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Reply #234 - Sep 22nd, 2009 at 3:28pm
 
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Other  Hubby left yesterday morning for his trip to grand lodge and will return sometime tomorrow evening.  I must admit...it was nice being able to read whenever I wanted, without having the tv blaring in the background.


I have the same issue in my house.  What's up with men and the tv??? Undecided  I'll ususally go upstairs for peace and quiet.  We don't have a tv in our bedroom.  I'm so happy about that! Cheesy   

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Reply #235 - Sep 23rd, 2009 at 12:04pm
 

Wednesday 23 September 2009
Hair  Used mousse this morning and my hair does indeed look smoother. 

Other  Ah, Autumn...   Cool 

Re:  TVs, blaring and otherwise...
I usually don't mind watching tv, I really don't.  I guess I just wish we had more quiet time of an evening that didn't involve tv.  Don't get me wrong--I don't think I'm one of those folks who can do away with their tv altogether. 

Hubby made it back from Grand Lodge last night around 8:00.  He brought back some goodies, including two free ink pens for moi (yay!) and a very nice "Mrs Mason" pin.  See example here
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Reply #236 - Sep 23rd, 2009 at 12:52pm
 
Trisha!  I have started turning off TV about 1/2 hour before "bedtime" and sit on the couch to read and listen to music.  I'm finding that I'm sleeping better and feel more content since I started doing this.  Just an idea!
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Reply #237 - Sep 23rd, 2009 at 1:53pm
 
Hub can turn off the TV, roll over and sleep but I need dark, quiet time, a thinking break and some more time to fall asleep. 

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Reply #238 - Sep 24th, 2009 at 11:19am
 

Thursday 24 September 2009
Hair  I voted for a no-wash day this morning, so hair is up in a clip.  It's great having hair long enough to do that with again.   Smiley  Still loving the Pantene F&T shampoo. 

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Sakina wrote on Sep 23rd, 2009 at 12:52pm:
Trisha!  I have started turning off TV about 1/2 hour before "bedtime" and sit on the couch to read and listen to music.  I'm finding that I'm sleeping better and feel more content since I started doing this.  Just an idea!


That's a great idea, sweetie.   Cool  But it wouldn't work at my house.  We have only the one tv upstairs, that the whole fam watches.  And between my brother in law, my husband and myself, I'm usually the one who heads for bed first, around 9:00pm.  That's not to say I couldn't simply remove myself to the bedroom earlier for some quiet time.   Wink



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Reply #239 - Sep 24th, 2009 at 4:35pm
 
I didn't know you had your b-i-l living with you.  We do have two tv's- one in the living room and one in the guest bedroom.  My hubby goes to bed earlier than I, so instead of reading in bed when he's trying to sleep I started reading out on the couch.  I cannot sleep with a tv close to the bed-it makes a sound and there's a static-y feeling I get that is disturbing.

Do you have a place for a cool, comfy reading chair?  That, a lamp, small table and a boom box and you'd be all set!
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