“People say that it can’t work, black and white. Here, we make it work every day. We still have our disagreements, of course, but before we reach for hate, always, always, we remember the Titans.”
Favourite Movies ~ Four Brothers
"I wanna make a toast to Evelyn Mercer, the greatest mother four degenerate bastards ever had"
I’ve missed her being the focus.
I only do posts like this when i’m 12-13 weeks post and it’s time for a relaxer. Today…was that day. And when I say it was an all day process, I literally mean I started at 9 a.m. and just finished. Haven’t style it, but I just finished de-tangling while it air-dried. Because I wear braids so frequently (it’s my go to protective style) my hair is ALWAYS matted together. I take out the braid extension and it’s a mess. I’ve actually just have to pick it a part when it comes to detangling my hair. It takes hours, but atleast I don’t lose all the length I’ve retained from those 3 months it was tucked away.
Anyway the end results were good. I’m able to comb through my hair without crying. I did my relaxer-> protein treatment (Queen Helena & 1 Egg) + rosemary oil, coconut oil, and EVOO-> Reconstructer Treatment (included w/ relaxer) -> Deep Condition (Olive Oil Cholesterol w/ extra virgin olive oil, coconut oil, grapeseed oil, rosemary oil (essential oil) and Aloe Vera juice + under drying for 45 minutes-> cool down-> cold water rinse out.
It’s a damn process but my hair is thriving. This is second year of my healthy hair journey and although it’s been some trial and error, I see the fruits of it all. Now I just need a trim. I tend to wear my hair out for a week before choosing my protective style and repeating this process in the next 3 months. I still do my weekly shampoos and DC when I have my braids but it’s never this much work.
Just because Lilian needs to have to some great sex, but she also seems to hate men so… Virginia could work that out for her.
Bill ain’t shit. Yes, I still want him and Virginia to get through this, but the way he treats his wife… I like his wife. He could do better.