#Frotober Days 27-30

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Day 27: Hydration The “Cool and Seal” deep conditioning technique was a game changer for me and was
one of my most popular posts from last year.
https://hairscapades.com/2011/08/31/deep-conditioning-tricks-cool-seal/
http://instagr.am/p/RT66NvM1XX/

It starts on wash day for me. Get that right, and the rest of the week is easy! https://hairscapades.com/2012/08/21/moisturized-hair-it-starts-on-wash-day/
http://instagr.am/p/RT9zNkM1Z6/

Day 28: Pumpkin

Yeah, Darcy’s Botanicals Pumpkin Seed Moisturizing Conditioner is one of my FAVE DCs. And it smells A-MUH-zing!! Shout-out to Penny of Happy Endings!! LOL!!http://instagr.am/p/RWACn3M1Xt/

Day 29: Black
Or, should I say, black-out. Yup. Barely 4:30 pm and the power went out already with barely a stiff breeze :/. On the right is my living/dining area w/flash and the left w/out. Gonna be a long several days. *sigh* Let me conserve my cell battery. G’night IG.
http://instagr.am/p/RYX1BVs1Tf/

Day 30: Beauty
Finding joy in some quality snuggle time in the midst of a hurricane and black-out. Thank you Lord for keeping my family and friends safe. May God bless and comfort those who experienced loss during this storm, especially those who experienced irreplaceable losses. May we all remember that property can be restored, but life cannot. http://instagr.am/p/RbMDKSs1fX/

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Thanks to Sandy and JCPL, I’m sure we’ll be without power for several days. My little community always seems to be last on the list for repairs. But, thanks to the kindness of friends, I’m charging up and about to enjoy a little Ben & Kate and Happy Endings before heading back to a dark house. Check in with me on Facebook, Twitter and/or Instagram for updates ———–>;>;>;>;!!

God bless!!

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    • Hahaha! No, no Ben & Jerry’s. I’m not much of an ice cream person, though I do love some Chubby Hubby though!! How are you? I think I saw you post that you never lost power. But, I’m sure it’s still been crazy as so many things were closed, including public transportation.

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  1. I know the feeling of no power during and after a hurricane, living in New Orleans I kinda became a pro at surviving 100 degree heat,no cell (towers were out),tv or Internet it’s almost unbearable but I made it thru several hurricanes Katrina being the worst.stay safe.

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    • Whew lady! Yeah, that’s why I’m not complaining!! I have gas and it’s not too cold out, so we were able to stay warm when we were in the house. And, I’ve been getting plenty of sleep since there isn’t much else I could do once the sun went down!! People have it a lot worse, so I feel blessed!

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  2. I tried the cool and seal method and received silky results! This will now be part of my regimen, thanks HairIdol 🙂 – PrincessLinzz

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