It’s that time again. I need a haircut. Kind of desperately. I know because even Matt has noticed how often I am checking out my split ends. It’s that bad. I was growing out my hair for the wedding and Matt. He digs my hair long. Which is great, but not if I am taking scissors to my split ends. That is no bueno.
So I am gonna go for a little chop and be on top of it as it grows out (hopefully). I go to the salon 3 or 4 times a year at the most & rarely style or put products in my hair, so it’s condition could be worse. But I happen to be a bit on the OCD spectrum and freak when it’s bugging me.
Now it’s a matter of talking Matt into the idea… Which might be more difficult than picking a cut.
What do you do with your days that are spent mostly on the couch?
What do you do on cold days when you need to warm up?
It been fairly chilly lately which means there has been lots of bundling up on the couch by the fire. Bundling up often means not actually getting dressed, rather putting on some lounge pants, a sweater, socks and messy hair. Which is the current state I am in as Thomas is asleep on my lap hopefully recovering from his cold. I spotted this LA Mode sweater before Christmas over at PiperLime and thought it looked divine. As in, I would be warm and comfortable all day if I was wearing it. And of course, this braid has been floating all over pinterest and my mind since I saw it. Now if only I had thicker hair…
Perfect for brunch and a walk down the harbor. Maybe even a boat ride.
“A classic 18th-century colonial house makes up the heart of the place, and the cottages cluster around, some with views of the lawn and gardens, others overlooking Pleasant Bay. The accommodations range from cozy little queen rooms in the cottages that range across the 20-acre grounds to a new batch of luxury rooms, with balconies and sweeping views of the waters of the bay. Even the most basic are decidedly high-end, however, with Molton Brown bath products and plush terry robes, and the timeless New England style provides a much-needed break from modernity.
Wequassett’s culinary offerings ensure that you don’t have to venture out on the town if you don’t want to; there’s a restaurant that’s much in demand, a fine casual bar and grill, and a poolside barbecue that might add a dimension to your idea of New England cuisine. Despite its name, Wequassett doesn’t have its own golf club; what it does offer is guest access to the members-only Cape Cod National Golf Club, right next door, as well as close proximity to two public courses. Tennis courts are available on-site, there’s a resident pro to tune up your game, and the nautical setting on Pleasant Bay makes for fine swimming, windsurfing and sailing.”