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Yes, I'm going in to get my hair done. First time since last summer. Hubs has been keeping my bangs out of my eyes and trimmed at the bottom. I'm happy to just have hair.

I'm seriously excited.

Colleen :D

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Enjoy your haircut!!! :) How did you get it styled?

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Wow. I love my new new style. It's about shoulder length and layered all the way up. It's really light and airy and flips out at the ends. Oh and it's black.

I am officially ready for our ritual trek to Florida this week. Woo hoo.

Colleen

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Sounds pretty! Have fun in Florida. Eat smart there! :)

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Good for you! So happy you're doing these fun things!! Have a great trip, Colleen. :) xx

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I used to have long hair, then i cut it to where its just about to the nape of my neck (length wise). I've gotten to like very much because its so much easier to take care of and its healthier too. When it was long, it looked so thin :(

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Colleen, have a great trip, sounds like an extra special haircut :)

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Wow. I love my new new style. It's about shoulder length and layered all the way up. It's really light and airy and flips out at the ends. Oh and it's black.

I am officially ready for our ritual trek to Florida this week. Woo hoo.

Colleen

Sounds lovely! Have a great time in Florida :)

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Thanks guys.

We stay in my Dad's condo just down the beach from his house. We always stock up on food so no problems there. I eat very simply when we go out, although hubs loves the chinese food, he makes his runs constantly, lol. We are leaving Thursday and have till the end of the month. Then it's back to the surgical Oncologist to have more crap removed. But I'll ready by then to continue to fight "The Beast"

Colleen

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