PEACE GARDEN MAMA II mama mondays: daughters who braid
She was bored, waiting with the rest of us for the fireworks to start on the 4th.
"Mom, can I braid your hair?" she asked.
"Umm, sure, I guess."
It was rarely an improvement, but it was night and t... Posted on 7/16/12 at 12:05 AM
THE NEW FORTY THE FURMINATOR...
AsI understand it, our big orange dog - Cooper - is a German Shepherd andSaint Bernard mix. I say "asI understand it" becausethe information came to me secondhand from the shelter whereCheyenne and Ia... Posted on 6/23/12 at 10:26 AM
SIGNS OF IMPROVEMENT Green Grass and Gray Hair
As I turned to lock the door on my way to class yesterday it occurred to me that I wont be doing this much longer. Soon Ill be done with classes altogether. Then what?
Without waiting to answer mys... Posted on 3/23/12 at 10:10 AM
IT'S SIMPLY GRAND! Hair today, tickets tomorrow
Have you heard the breaking concert news yet? Popular 80s "hair" bands Skid Row and Warrant are coming to the Betty Engelstad Sioux Center on August 12! If you would like to go - without having to buy... Posted on 7/28/11 at 3:50 PM
OH LOOK, A SHINY THING! The Five Stages of Awkward Hair Grief
Be afraid. Be very afraid, because once again, I am bored with my hair.
I am so bored that when a nice girl at the salon suggested I try a Mohawk, I actually considered it for about .04 seconds.
How... Posted on 2/4/11 at 12:00 AM
Easter eggs aren’t the only things that are pink, red and lavender this spring — and blue hair is no longer something reserved for little old ladies. Women everywhere, from those who walk the red carpet to those shopping at Columbia Mall, want hair that’s more colorful and fun.
Both men and women with problematic or unwanted body hair are opting for laser hair removal at several clinics in Fargo-Moorhead, and with improved laser technology, the treatments are quicker, more effective and longer lasting.
Jeanne Thompson began going gray at 23. She colored her hair for years as she worked her way into management at a large Boston-area financial services company, then gave up the dye for good about a year ago. She is among a new type of gray panther, a woman who aspires to do well and get ahead on the job while happily maintaining a full head of gray.
Fly fishing shops nationwide, are at the center of the latest hair trend: Feather extensions. Supplies at stores from the coasts of Maine to landlocked Idaho are running out, and some feathers sold online are fetching hundreds of dollars more than the usual prices. Fly fishermen are not happy.
A pair of over-the-top 'dos for America's most outsized sporting event, a de facto national holiday that brings all of America together in front of their high-def, big-screen TVs for a blitz of salsa and wings, unabashed capitalism and glitzy halftime shows — and, for most of the past decade, some dang good football.
Lisa Dresser lives in Fargo with a family and is still working with hair. But her work has advanced beyond the basic hair-cutting stage. Her ability to craft voluminous, dynamic hair show pieces has earned Dresser some minor acclaim on the national hair scene.
The next time you get a haircut at an Alexandria salon, it could end up fighting one of the country’s worst environmental disasters in decades — the oil slick in the Gulf of Mexico. Eight local salons have joined a nonprofit charity’s efforts to clean up the oil spill using “hair booms” made of donated nylons, human hair and pet fur.
A group looking for DNA evidence of the pioneer aviator on a Pacific island recently asked the International Women's Air and Space Museum for a sample of the "hair" for comparison. Museum executive director Toni Mullee says an analysis determined the specimen was thread that looked like hair.
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