Tuesday, May 11, 2010


I felt super lazy this morning with my hair, and didn't feel like making the ends tuck under after blowing the top dry. So, I pulled it up in a French twist, which is amazingly easy now that my hair is so much shorter. After a whole day of school and French Club after school (I am the only sponsor :( because no one else speaks French) my pins were de-braining me. Well, that's what it felt like! But, look- when I took them out I got half-curls!!
I wish I had gotten a picture of the back, but the camera was dying and trying to turn itself off. My hair is very unwilling to curl, so I was excited.

In case you can't tell, I haven't been sewing much. I have merely been lounging around enjoying the 80 degree evenings before it heats up more and the AC goes on until September.

I hope everyone is having a a good week!

P.S. I did not make this dress. I bought it for 20 bucks at Target in XS without even trying it on, and shockingly, it fits pretty well. Other than making my hair look ginger, it's a nice hot weather dress.

P.P.S. I didn't wear it to school! Not appropriate!

P.P.P.S. My winner of the Little House on the Prairie Dress is Cheryl! She is a history teacher as well and likes to sew, so I chose her! Hopefully, she will send us a picture of the dress being enjoyed! Go visit her blog: http://coldwarunicorn.wordpress.com/


  1. Your hair looks so cute with the curls on the ends! I love it! Remember when you were going into fourth grade and you wanted a perm? The first perm lasted about two weeks and then we had it redone and it lasted about four weeks? I still envy your straight hair, to wash your hair and it dries looking perfect would be a dream come true for me, I know you know what I mean!

  2. C'est jolie! Je parle le francais aussi ;)
    Ma soeur a frise ces cheveux quand elle avait 7 ans, mais c'a produit un afro!


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