This was one of those weekends where I seemed to spend a lot of time in the kitchen. But I did manage to get my hair recolored and cut!
Here is what it looked like on our roadtrip 2 weeks ago. I was letting it grow out a bit but by this point, I was in need of getting it reshaped. It's hard to see here but the back was getting really shaggy and tickling my neck!
I *love* this picture of 1920's actress Louise Brooks so this was the inspiration I gave to the stylist.
After making me look like a potato for a bit...
...this is what she did! (Pay no attention to my lack of make-up and pre-menstral pimple. :P )
I *LOVE* it! This is the first haircut I have had in a VERY long time that I am really and truly happy with. :) I started going to the Paul Mitchell School in Atlanta and I am really glad that I did. The girl that I have seen twice, Rachael, is super sweet and eager to learn. It was amazing how much more confident she's gotten in the 12 weeks since I last saw her. My cut and dual color is on $55, which is still a lot but about 1/3 what I used to pay. So my one luxury is a lot cheaper now. :)
That wasn't the only cutting from over the weekend, though. I also made pizza, homemade from the crust up.
I did the whole wheat crust recipe from one of my go-to books "300 Best Bread Machine Recipes", made some of my favorite sauce on Saturday for this, browned some of the Italian sausage I made last week, and just added sauteed mushrooms and lots of yummy shredded cheese.
Even Rustle and Sidia approved!
They didn't get any, though. Yeah, I'm a mean Mama. :)
Like my footstool the pizza is on? I got 4 of those for $10 a piece in the clearance section of Target YEARS ago. The legs fold in so you can use them as floor cushions as well.