Three 20-something women trying to figure out what it means to be lay, Catholic, and modern all at once.

January 7, 2009

So absurd...

...but I need to post it! 

A good hair day can make all of the difference, can't it?  I just bought myself a new hair dryer (a Conair) and it's completely changed my mornings.  I spend about 1/3 of the time I did with my last one, and it's making it look so healthy, even though it's completely dry and dead in the indoor heat.  I don't have to use a curling iron or straightener to make it look finished.  I got so many compliments today at work, which brightened up my day.  Anyway, I recommend the brand.  And I recommend treating yourself to something fun and frilly once in awhile.  A splurge on, face, body... is sometimes just what the doctor ordered!  

I also think that we should compliment each other more.  You never really know if making eye contact with someone and smiling or when saying to a stranger how much you like what they are wearing or doing can change the course of someone's day.  A beloved Dominican sister once told me that.  And she saved my life by smiling at me! 

Stay beautiful :) 


Angela Miceli said...

Agreed!! Inner beauty is reflected in our outer beauty, and a smile makes a person so incredibly lovely!!!

Shannon said...

oh! "stay beautiful" reminds me of our friend Mary!

Agatha Magdalene said...

in that case, may i say, Miss Julian: you looked lovely last night. Especially your hair. ;)

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