Do you have any friends who always look fabulous, and when you admire what they're wearing they say, "Oh, it was £10 in the sale"?
I, on the other hand, can make even semi-expensive things look cheap! And cheap clothes look like dish-rags. Sigh.
Since my avatar, last summer, my hair has grown to chin length.
Going to have cut/colour done tomorrow.
At the mo I think it looks ageing and unkempt, but not in a good way.
Daughter says carry on growing it, hubby says cut it, I think cut it.
Any ideas welcome. (I have a wedding in...
List 3 things that have made you cheerful today.
Here are mine:
I spent half an hour just sitting in the garden, watching the birds, squirrels and Elsie the wonderdog. (OK, I also had the first Pimms of the season)
I re-assembled some garden furniture correctly.
I met an old school friend...
This is for my granddaughter's 7th birthday party.
I've just been asked to provide some pamper, princessy treatments. I'm fine with mini mani or mini pedi, but would also like to do some glitter tattoos- which I have never done before.
On researching I see I could go down the stencil or...
I set off yesterday to make a considered purchase. My purchase is going to have to last for several years.
I had researched types, modifications, price, suitability for my purpose.
The sales technique involved starting with the price shown, a colleague joining in and giving support to the...
I wonder whether we could still exist without financial contributions to charities, or volunteer workers?
I remember being so shocked when I learned that hospices rely on charity to survive. How can that be acceptable, when so much money is wasted on non-essential projects?
I spent mine taking my 99 year old Mum to hospital to have a cataract operation.
It ended up as an all day stay, during which time I read my Kindle - Stephen King's "Doctor Sleep" :eek:- and having my fringe cut......there was a hairdresser's in reception!
Mum did really well, but found it all a...
Yes, the professional forums are invaluable sources of help from skilled and experienced professionals.
Can I especially dedicate this thread however, as it's in Chit-chat, to the lovely souls I've "met" on here?
Warm, kind, wise individuals who I feel have become real friends.
I've been reading a thread on bullying, and it made me think about a wider issue.
Let's take the example of a sexual assault.
Does the victim have a moral obligation to report it,and protect other potential victims, or does he/she have the right to choose to keep it quiet and carry on with...
Well actually I do.....and it gets worse. My "favourite" characters are Donald and Jackie; they are so wonderfully crass and bizarre. I cringe and laugh at the same time!
Is anybody else in the confessional mood?