I often have to schedule things with myself months in advance that most people may find amusing. I have planned for months to take out Julia's locs - they are just a disaster and personally, I wouldn't recommend them for kids so young. It is, however, a time consuming project much like putting them in last summer. I waited through the wedding and Gabriel and Alayna's moving to even begin. So, the last few days we have rented DVDs from Redbox and worked for as many hours as we both could stand.
It's honestly not as bad as I feared, but it's still going to take me several hours a day for the next few weeks.
Moriah captured this very glamorous picture of me, along with the messy kitchen behind me. Keeping it real...
There is so, so much I need to be doing in the house and garden, but I'm just focusing on Julia's hair for the next few days. I did pick the garden before dinner. We had brushetta with my home-grown tomatoes and basil, purple peas and cantaloupe. I love gardening WAY more than hair-dressing!
Thankfully, I also love my goats because the kids forgot to put them back in the fence when I called them for dinner; when I looked out, they were "picking" green beans for themselves. See those cute little goats feasting?