Friday, June 15, 2012

Curly Hair Problem #505

My hair is curly (hencd the title) all my life I fought my curly hair, didn't want it. I would brush it out, leave it stringy, or the pony tale phase, can't forget that! As I grew up I learned how to manage my curls and I love them but us curly haired girls have some maijor problems! (I know you feel me!)
I am TERRIFYED of getting mg hair cut. No joke. I pinky promise! Having someone else touch my hair alone freaks me out, what straight hair people don't understand is when you touch our curls (the natural ones not the fake curled ones) they frizz. The more you touch our girls the quicker our head turns into a bush. I get a stomach ache over getting my hair cut and hate going by myself (Yes, it's true.) Don't get me wrong my stylist is wonderful! But one wrong cut, a half inch too short and BAM you could look like a poodle.

Getting your haircut to most people is a pleaser, me, I put it off as long as possible! (Get it, "long")

Narrator Please!

Have you ever seen Stranger Than Fiction? It's a movie about a man who lives a very precise life, one day he hears a voice narrating his actions, reactions, movements, and thoughts. His life. Trying to find help from those who didn't think he was off his rocker was hard. The plot of the movie is quite clever!

When I'm at work waiting for the saw to finish slicing through the metal plates I think to myself "how would my life be narrated?" Would the voice be male or female? British or Irish? English or not? What would my narrator say, how would they describe what I'm feeling or doing? In a way if you think about it, it would be kind of fun to hear a voice telling your story, a voice making your life seem more fantastic then it really is. Wouldn't it be fun while you make lunch to hear a voice say "And she peeled the cheese off the wrapper and gingerly placed it on the lightly buttered bread, the griddle hot as if with anger, she waited until each side was golden brown then served her creation onto a glass plate it clanked as she placed it on the table and bit into her meal. Perfectly golden, the cheese was warm and gooey." Doesn't that sound so much better than "I made a grilled cheese for lunch today."

I could go more in depth, with more questions, but that would just make your head hurt from trying to follow my brain waves. All in all I think it would be pretty cool
to have someone narrate your life, wouldn't  you? (:

Thursday, June 14, 2012

Number One!

Hi, my name is Stephanie I'm 18 years old and I just graduated high school, this is a blog of my senior summer and then some. Hopefully you will enjoy reading the random tidbits, and moments I share with you that add up to my crazy life! There will be no ryme or reason to my posts only the fact that I want to share them with you!(: