Well femminologyand I decided to meet up for the first time this weekend. on friday night, she came out to see me play an open mic at my university. we hit it off famously. Sunday afternoon i went into the city to see her again and i didnt want to go back to school again afterwards. anyway I miss you already, and you know it.
hello i dont think ive ever even posted here but i have some bad news after six months of beautiful dreaded bliss i started brushing them out three days ago because i wanted thick, fat glorious ones. i had crocheted the dread-bodies too much and they would never get fat, only stay skinny.
while brushing out i realized my dilemna.
my once horribly thick, crazy curly hair is thin and brittle. no matter how many times i wash it, my hair stays the same. i'm in a very bad in between place! i will never achieve the thick, bulky dreads with this thin hair! i wish i had never combed them out! someone please give me advice before i do something even more drastic, like shave my head or join the republican party. i wish i had never combed out my dreadlettes.
edit: i didn't mean to originally post this in getupdreadup. i was going to write something cool for everyone but now that i accidently shared myself with the community i decided id like to keep it up. this post needs to mention dreadlocks, so i'll use my craft to ps it here. PS the wise person sees dreadlocks not only for its medusa qualities literrally serpent hair but also as thousands of individual strands playing, weaving, dancing so much that they dance in packs or locks but they are still holding their own as individual fibers. blaaaaaaaaaah (deep haha) blah blah peace
music is just another word meaning love meaning warm healthy communication