The air conditioning is currently broken at my work. It is approximately 3,000 degrees Fahrenheit in my office. And roughly 15,000 degrees outside. I wish I could go do my "work" outside in my car, with the air conditioning on. It is hotter'n tarnation here in Del Rio.
The situation has led me to ponder my current hair situation. I have a lot of hair. It's really thick and it takes forever to dry and straighten, only to have to look like a dirty blonde mop on my head. Blow drying my hair is a continual source of strife for me. I dry and dry, getting all flushed and overheated in the process, and just when I think I'm done, I always find a still-damp clump in the back of my head that refuses to dry and insists on releasing unruly and unattractive frizzy curls. When it is hot, it becomes a matted and disgusting sweaty mess, plastered against the back of my neck. Wasn't that a nice thought? What should I do with it? Should I chop it off? Should I keep growing it out, perpetuating my continual delusion that one day I will magically turn into Blake Lively?
|That is just not even fair. Go eat a donut.|
|Hate her, but love her hair.|
|I don't even know who this is? But her hair is hot.|
|I don't know who she is either, but I am also digging her hair.|
|Britney Spears is so weird.|