Wednesday, February 20, 2008

Looking better, Mother..

Here I am again, feeling rather proud of myself because I've managed to put two new ink cartridges into my printer - successfully. And that's good for me. I tend to put these things off because I'm sure I'll get them wrong. And if that sounds too ridiculous, I can tell you that the colour cartridge hadn't been working at all since before Christmas. Anyway, I've got it right now, and we're printing perfectly!

Strange day today, weatherwise, because at last we have had the mist that has been covering the country for the last few days. It was sunny here in my garden, two blocks back from the beach, but looking down I could see a shimmering, translucent wall hiding the sea. It was rather beautiful, because it wasn't at all solid, but you could hear the cries of the seagulls echoing off it. And the sea was quite silent. Later, though, the chill seeped through and it became very grey. The sun hung like a smoky chinese lantern in the mist. Time to go home and get cosy.

I went bravely in search of a new hairdresser this morning. I've grown tired of the local Trevor Sorbie (sorry Trevor) because they have made one mistake too many, and I have been waiting 2 months for my hair to grow out enough to put it right. I was motivated by my Brighton BF telling me yesterday that I looked awful ("drained" was the word she used), quite rightly, and so decided I had to do something about it. I was very pleased with the result (a good cut and highlights), and so was my lovely BBF who said it had surgically removed 10 years, just like that. Feeling drained and depleted, as I have been, is all very well, but in the end you need to do something about it. At my age I can't afford to droop. I'm going to see my lovely Daughter and Grandson tomorrow, and on Friday I'm booking a facial and a massage at the Treatment Rooms (the best in Town). That will be several steps in the right direction...

7 comments:

Crystal Jigsaw said...

That sounds fabulous. Enjoy the pampering, you definitely deserve it.

Crystal xx

A Mother's Place is in the Wrong said...

Thank you Crystal, I'm really going for it! M xx

Donna said...

Geez, that does sound wonderful!!
I may join you!lolol
Hope you have a restful experience sweetie!!

A Mother's Place is in the Wrong said...

You'd be so welcome, Donna. Hope you are having a better day? Hugs from me. xx

Maggie May said...

Glad I'm not the only one that is scared to do anything remotely different on the computer, like changing the ink! At least you braved it!
Lovely photo of your grandson.
Hope you have a lovely time with your family and your treatments!

aims said...

There's nothing like a good 'new' haircut to make you start doing things differently!

A Mother's Place is in the Wrong said...

Hi Maggie, and thank you for visiting. Had a lovely time, and looking forward to tomorrow. M xx

Hi Aims - yes, it's amazing what a
change of image can do. M xx