Mine is restored! The scars almost invisible now…..
Thanks to the very patient and cheerful Maureen at the Clairns beauty counter in Boots Ballymena.
Earlier I was given the chop by my Toyboy hairdresser Stuart. 😉 I was delighted to see he had returned from his travels. Although not long, I have a very dense crop of hair and if not cut well, I end up with headaches and what my mother called ‘scaldy eyes’. In the thirty five years since I married and moved to Northern Ireland, I have had only two hairdressers. I would hate having to make a change again.
Yesterday I drove down to my optician’s, to leave in my prescription sunglasses (damaged in the recent fall) for repair, and to test my leg for the drive today. While there I had my eyes checked again. My eyes are healthy, although there is a change in the prescription and the problems I have with the right eye are due to the nerve damage from last year’s fall. I still need to have patience with that! 🙁
Stuart, my hairdresser said that if I ever have a problem with driving over to the salon, he will come and cut my hair at home. 😀 I met some wonderful people today when I was out and a couple of abrupt and rude ones too. Never mind, the good people put a smile on my face once more and I intend to keep it there.
I am home, K k k knackered exhausted and sitting with my feet up. It was worth it to see the outside world once more.
The smile is back on my face!
Little did Padmini realise when choosing Faces as the topic for our Loose Blogging Consortium this week, that mine would cause me so much bother. Now, why not join me as I trip walk gently on over to see what the other active members have to say on our subject: