Sigh. I was doing so well, comparatively speaking, posting in August. And then the month of September came, and whoops.
The posts kept piling up in my head, and yet somehow never made it to the page.
And yet, there is nothing worse than reading a blog post making excuses for why said blogger didn’t post more, so enough about all that.
Let’s move on and talk about my hair!
You see, I am currently fulfilling my bridal destiny by growing out my hair. And while this is fine for most brides, it is problematic for me because I am really, really freaking lazy.
There are lot of people who can get away with the tousled “bed head.” Other people look super sexy when they look like they just woke up. But we curly people? Mostly just look like demonic Miss Frizzles.
That is why almost every other curly haired person I know has an extremely long morning routine including daily washings, conditionings, special drying, and producting.
I do none of these things.
In fact, I do not do my hair. Or rather, my idea of doing my hair, is pulling it in a pony tail and then trying to tame the frizzies by clamping down on them with about a thousand bobby pins.
This works for an hour or two, but at the end of the day when I come home from work and look in the mirror, what do I inevitably see?
Who else but demonic Miss Frizzle. With several barely-hanging-in-there bobby pins to boot.
I am looking forward to cutting my hair after the wedding, but really, I need something more drastic.
I need a hair cut that requires no maintenance, something virtually impossible for curly haired people. As I see it, my options are probably shaved head or military buzz cut. Or I could learn to wake up early and do my hair like a goddamn adult.
So, military buzz cut it is.