The answer to that question can be found further down in this post. To switch things up on this Monday, I’m going do a bit of a weekending post – and link up with my fav girl Biana from B-Loved Boston. Yay for weekend recaps!
So Friday I decided to stay in. Who am I? Once in a while, I say to myself, “Ker, you can go search for a fun time or you can just go the hell home.” Because really what’s the harm in saving a few bucks, avoiding junk bar food (swoon, though) and being productive.
I finished up session #3 on Dawn’s painting and I was able to give it to her on Saturday. Eek! I really like how it turned out and I think I was able to capture the essence of her and her style. Stay tuned this week for a post on that piece. In the meantime, here’s a sneak peek.
Saturday morning was hair transformation day. I was really excited since this is a style I’ve been wanting to try out for ages – and it’s “new year; new me” 2015 – so what better timing then now. I went to Educe Salon, right by my apartment and met up with Daniel. (He’s fantastic, so if you want a reference – tell him I sent you.) The other reason I went is that I needed a style that was more low maintenance. I won’t have to go for months and can just let my natural hair grow out.
So this begs the question – am I really a brunette? The answer, I think, is no. I’m right in between a blonde and a brunette. Crap, even my hair is noncommittal. But I guess we’ll really know when it starts to grow out.
So what do you think?
Later that night, the girls and I had a long, long overdue game night. Three out of the 6 of us have the name Amy, which is always funny to me. I had a blast with Laura, Rahbi, Little Amy, Regular Amy and Pregnant Amy. Thanks for hosting, Little Amy!
Sunday, I started cleaning at 9:30 in the morning. Because I’m a crazy person. Floors, laundry…yeah I’m already boring myself with this sentence, so we’ll stop. Afterwards, I met up with Dawn and Leyda and their beautiful girls for some Downtown Disney craziness.