I am a busy bee let me tell you. School is kicking my tail end. Next semester remind me not to take 5 classes. Want to see what I have been working on? This is part of my database homework:
For the record, I would like to say that the main character in this book is a Caucasian, female, age 16. I have never heard a Caucasian female use the term "good hair." It is sort of a derogatory term that African Americans have seemed to coin. Hmmm.. Let's check out another passage shall we?
Two girls were standing behind her, dressed in much the same way. One was black, with impossibly long hair (must be a really good weave).
So in the first couple chapters of the book, you learn that all vampires have long hair. It's one of the things that they do; their hair just grows impossibly long. Why does hers, have to be a weave?
I could go on and on about this, there is a passage in the book about someone having hair that looks like "It never has the nerve to nap up."
It makes me tired, and it makes me sad. What about you? What could be done to combat this imagery?
Hurrah for winners! The first one listed wins the hair accessory from Sarenzo's Beads, The other two win Satin Pillowcases. You ready!?
Can you read that? I am so sorry it is so tiny. # 3 said:
Hey guys! I have not forgotten about the contest! I just got back from a business trip. Busy busy busy! I will be drawing entries later tonight and posting winners tomorrow!!
Hello From Wisconsin!
Don't forget I have a contest going on!
My hair at the base back of my head is really REALLY weird. It's straight. No curl at all. Not even a little bit. Furthermore, it is a kinky straight. When i say that, i mean that it doesn't hang limply. It kind of looks like it wants to curl, but it won't.
It is not a huge deal, because you rarely see it, but I have heard of women having "heat trained" hair. Which is just, heat damage in my opinion. So I am wondering if this is the case. I have not used a blow dryer, curling iron, etc, in well over a year. Any thoughts you may have on this, I would love to hear.
For those of you that do not know, I live in Indiana. We had a bit *cough* of a winter ice storm. It has left me, my husband, and even my dogs completely lethargic.
I have had the same twists in my hair for a while now, and while watching Battlestar Galactica, I took them down. The plan was to hop in the shower, co-wash my hair, moisturize and retwist my hair. I got it untwisted...then old man lethargy set in.
I haven't done a thing to my hair in two days. It is driving me nuts, but i cant seem to, get up and go. Today is the first normal day I have had. The hubs is gone, the dogs are fighting, and I am in front of the computer
working on programming homework writing this entry. I will get the hair done. I WILL FIGHT OLD MAN LETHARGY WITH A STICK, A TANGLE TEEZER, AND MY LIFE!!!
Finally! Are you excited?
The top prize winner wins the headband/hair accessory that I showcased in this video from Sarenzo's Beads!
Two additional winners will recieve a satin pillow case.
Very simple really. Head over to Sarenzo's Beads and look around. Tell me in a comment below what you would love to own from her collection.
One entry per person.
Winner will be announced 2/12/2011.
The first person I draw wins the accessory, the next two win the pillow cases!