Fluffy Love

Fingers crossed, I am starting to come out of the 6 weeks of being sick. Or I’m just taking better drugs so that things are masked better. I’m really not sure which. I also can’t tell the different between throat pain and no throat pain anymore, so I’m leaning towards the drugs.

 

Anyway. Today I want to talk about fluffy love.

 

Fluffy Love

 

Fluffy Love

 

Fluffy love is what I have just decided to call one of my favourite feelings. It’s washing my hair, letting it air dry, and the feeling of being as fluffy as a puppy when it has reached the just-dry point. I like to do it on weekends to make it feel like a better day.Β On work days I tend to wash my hair at night and let it dry as I sleep. I don’t own a hair dryer (and when I did own one, I never used it anyway), so this is just how it works for me.

 

What’s something fluffy love-like in your life?

 

Vanessa Smith

6 Comments

  1. I always dry my hair – I can’t imagine going to bed with wet hair – it makes me think about catching cold just with the idea of it πŸ™‚ I do like fluffy love though – I get it when I spend time with my little granddaughter – so simple and so lovely.
    Leanne | cresting the hill

  2. I don’t use a hairdryer either, so am guilty about the going to bed with it wet. It’s so long and thick & curly it takes hours to dry. When I used to drive to work, I’d keep the ends wrapped in a towel & then shake it about a bit when I got out of the car. I did used to get some looks when I was on the M4 with my hair in a towel…

  3. Yep, a converted hair dryer before bed person over here.

    WIshing you a speedy recovery too, it’s been a tough road and I hope the medications continue to work.

    SSG xxx

  4. Yikes! Wet hair in bed? Couldn’t do it. However, I like your fluffy hair description and so good to know “something” is working for you health wise..Thanks for linking up for #lifethisweek 18/52 Next week: “My Mondays”.

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