I have natural curly hair. I got many “bad” haircuts and cried after so many hair cuts that I cut my own hair for years. Then I finally got over my fear and started getting professional hair cuts but I still would end up with tears and uneven hair. After a really bad haircut again, I finally discovered @jemma_muradian!! Now I love getting my hair cut 😀. She has a natural gift and has completely changed my hair. I’ve also learned so much about my hair and how to manage the type of hair I have. #dowhatyoulove#transformation#dontgiveup#badthingleadtobetterthings 💗
An Extended Dream:
I have a photographic memory, except when it comes to studying and attempting exams, obviously. But I always remember the events that happened in the past, the smallest details that completed it, I am well versed with each moment so much that it’d creep you out if I tell you I remember what colour clothes the people in it wore and how they styled their hair. But that’s me.
So if I had to close my eyes, rewind to the time when I was in sixth grade, I can see myself walking past the shelves of the tiny library that my school had, unsure about which book to read and finally ending up where Enid Blyton’s books were kept, primarily because like most of you, my first few novels were those written by her. And I can’t get myself to describe how much I loved the Malory Towers and St. Clare’s series, simply because it was something different I read, something that I never knew. Books or movies back then, which I’d come across, never portrayed anything related to life in a boarding school. So I was naturally fascinated, each time the characters mentioned about dormitories, midnight adventures escaping the warden, tins of chocolate cakes that they were sent from home.They all seemed to hate school in the beginning but as the plot progressed, nobody seemed to miss home, everything seemed perfect, and that's why I loved reading every single book of both the series, secretly hoping I could experience all this too.
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*Cedar City Utah Temple* “Certainly in a day and time like we live in, the importance of every temple built and dedicated to the Lord cannot be overstated. I would recommend to you today that temple worship is an important pattern for each of you to set—individually and as families—as you consider your own areas of focus and attention, as you put in place firm foundations in your life. I know many of you already do this, and for that we are most grateful to you.” — Ronald A. Rasband