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2011 Brings Change


My expectations are high for 2011-- spirit, soul and body from hair to toe! My hair ends are re-locking nicely from my first style haircut back in February of 2010. While the cut has certainly grown-out, the result is still something I can work with. What else is new? Well... as you all know, my Sisterlocks where installed by Paulette Brown of Locks4Life Natural Hair Salon. Now, Paulette has moved to out-of-state. While it has been a long time since Paulette has actually retightened my hair herself, I will always well serviced by any one of the SL Consultants of L4L. For the past year, I've been in the chair of Sabrina Sampson. Then, Sabrina opened her own shop: Lock Envy Natural Hair Salon. So, in subsequent posts and videos I'll later create, I'll be rep-pin' Lock Envy! :-)

DON'T GET IT TWISTED, though... I've got NOTHING BUT LOVE for Locks4Life!!

What else? Well, I have been working on my skin. I've got wonderful pure makeup and natural hair, but my skin was so dry. I'm seeing a dermatologist, an old high school classmate--Dr. David Spurlin, on his Peau Claire Spa side. I have had my first series of microdermabrasion treatments, and WOW, can see a difference.
Then, there are my Sisterlock'd daughters... Their Sisterlocks are comin' along beautifully!
Confident, intelligent, beautiful, responsible and God-fearing... my babies: two-thirds of 'em pictured here.

Oh, and I have applied to the doctoral program...
Like I've said... my expectations for 2011 are HIGH! It's gonna be alright...

Comments

Kreyola said…
Yours and your little girls sisterlocks looks so lovely. I love the YouTube video you did with the song by Willow Smith. Stay Blessed!
3girlsmomma said…
Thx for the love! It's a family affair.
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