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Dont move. Don't talk. Control your breathing.

Okay. I have several things to talk about today. First, Cole won both of his flag football games today! Yay! This is the second week of games (last week SUCKED because it was over 100F) and he did a great job. He intercepted a pass and ran the ball twice for touchdowns. Awesome!

Second, I've changed shampoos. Well, it's not exactly shampoo. It's castile soap. One of the things that I kept reading before I switched to it was that it takes about a week for your hair to adjust to the fact that all the natural oils aren't be stripped out. Holy smokes! My hair is so weirdly greasy that it's freaking me out. Here's the thing, it doesn't look dirty or anything, but when I touch it I can feel the oils on it. Which means that the weirdness makes me keep touching it and then I get all freaked out again. And again. And again.

Third. I'm watching Beyond Loch Ness, or whatever it's called, for the second time. This is a Sci-Fi channel movie. Strangely enough, it's not too bad. It kinda makes me want to become a Loch Ness monster hunter. Because hunting dinosaurs is cool when you have a long coat and a lot of weapons.

Fourth, which ties in with three ... The two movies I've watched a couple of times recently.


I'll be working on web pages tomorrow. Simply because admitting that I keep watching all these movies makes me realize that I really need to get back to the web page making. Hee! I also need to sit down and figure out how many recipes I have for my cookbook. I'm making that fucker! One way or another.

Okay. I'm off to be totally unproductive and watch movies while trying to fathom why my hair feels like a duck's feathers. Yeah. That was weird.

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So talk to me about this soap thingy. You say your hair feels greasy to you and it takes a week or so for your hair to recognize it's not supposed to be stripped of its natural oils. So does that mean in a week or two it's not going to feel greasy to you? Or are *you* going to get used to it? I'm very interested in changing to this soap because my hair is so thin and it needs all the natural oils it can get, but it gets limp SO fast because of its thinness that it kind of freaks me out.

So does that mean in a week or two it's not going to feel greasy to you? Or are *you* going to get used to it?
See, that's what I'm not sure of. I did go to my hairdresser today and she said that my hair was really sudsing up when she was rinsing it, so maybe I wasn't rinsing as well as I thought I was.
It does sound like we have the same type of hair, so I'll have to keep you updated.
FYI, I was checking out the other homemade shampoo site I had bookmarked and I might try that instead.
It sounds a little better. Gah! I don't know. I'll let you know what's what.

Yes, keep me up to date!!

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