Okay chickens, I’m kicking off this week by answering another one of psychologist Arthur Aron’s “36 Questions To Fall In Love“. As I mentioned in an earlier post, I thought it would be fun to answer some of the questions on this here blog because:
i. I honestly didn’t have any answers for most of them, when I first went through the list;
ii. Who knows, Arthur Aron could be onto something and we’re already half way to falling in love right now *flutters eyelashes*; and
iii. I really want to hear YOUR answers to these questions so tell me, tell me, tell me by dropping me a line in the comment section.
Yesterday evening I was informed, via a friend’s Facebook status update, of the passing of the great Sir Terry Pratchett.. Like most of his fans, we knew this day would come inevitably given his fight against a rather nasty and tenacious form of Alzheimer’s. However, even the most prepared among us are never truly prepared for death.
It was while sneaking around in my older sister’s room as a teenager that I came across his fourth Discworld Novel “Mort”. Usually my nefarious raids in my sister’s room resulted in impromptu make up sessions or coming across a hidden stash of biltong (yum). This time it resulted in me falling in love.
When I decided to go natural back in 2012 it was because I was done charring my scalp to smitherins by applying relaxers to straighten my hair every 6 – 8 weeks. I hated visits to the hair salon because those visits usually ended in pain…lots of it.
Now I know first-hand that the internet is littered with a gazillion articles and videos on how to look after your natural hair. However, my natural hair posts on this here blog, going forward, will chronicle my personal experience and what worked for me on this journey – I repeat, what worked for me.