I spent 1/3 of my waking hours today at a hairdressers in Chippenham. I fidgeted and squirmed and worried about drinking too much tea but it was worth it. I've had horrible hair for the last 8 weeks - it was horrible after I'd had it done and I couldn't justify the cost of getting it repaired. It is, after all, just hair.
Now, my new best hairdresser Hayley has saved the day - it's back to being shiny, dark and curly - just as I like it. I also had my eyebrows shaped but I can't say I'm as convinced by this procedure - it is painful, makes my head sting and the redness takes ages to go down. I don't appear to have Fiona Bruce's eyebrows either - obviously that was the look I was trying to achieve.
No matter - my hair is better and I have just enough fringe to camouflage the eyebrows until they settle down.
I managed a 30 minute cycle before pick up too. The better hair survived but only just, particularly as I seemed to be cycling through and against blustery spring wind. I am now so enamoured of exercise, however, that this has become a good thing - it makes me work harder (note to self: am not Jane Fonda).
Tonight we have a PTA meeting. Mmmm. That's another blog.
College tomorrow - I am putting the finishing touch to my credit crunch handbag. Well, it beats working for a living.