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Posted on Oct 18, 2013

Life On The Road Saving Money: Unsuccessful Attempt Number 15 for Purple Hair and Other Hair Tragedies- Houston, Texas

Life On The Road Saving Money: Unsuccessful Attempt Number 15 for Purple Hair and Other Hair Tragedies- Houston, Texas

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Cuz I don’t make a fool of myself enough. Here my dear old friend Veronica, who didn’t want to be all over the net πŸ™‚ tried to help. I bleached it TWICE and tried, but ended up looking to Cruella D’Ville and my hair was so fried it stood up straight for two months. What I don’t do to my poor hair. At least we can all laugh at me, right? oh, and Mom, sorry I used the kitchen sink for the chemicals. It won’t happen again. I love you

OH, and I look like 80+ with a really bad hair-do when it’s done. Definitely saved me money not going to the hair salon. Good thinking there Gabi. Not pretty. At all. But that’s OK, we can all laugh at Gabi in 3, 2, 1…

As an added bonus: The poodle hair video (where I bark!) , Gabi cutting her bangs (aka: the disasters that occur when Gabi is bored and there are scissors around), and how I looked when I walked out of the salon in Lima, Peru. All for your viewing pleasure. See how hard I try to entertain you? And you thought we only talked about serious things like the Boston Marathon Tragedy Being A Wonderful Thing and Grandfathers and Teenagers having Sex, and how I hate missionaries. Silly you!

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BONUS ONE: POODLE HAIR VIDEO (Where Gabi barks! Yes, you read that correctly. I bark!)

BONUS TWO: BAD BAD BANGS (SELF INFLICTED TORTURE)

 

BONUS THREE:

(what you can look like when you let professionals do it and stop trying to save a god-damn buck every step of the way! ) πŸ™‚


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saving-for-a-dream,  The Nomadic Family World Travel Blog, life on the road, long-term family travel, rtw adventure travel, digital nomads, budget world travel with kids, vagabond families, 2012 best travel blog award, backpack south east asia We’re determined to inspire others to lead the lives they are meant to. The Saving For A Dream e-book is your first step towards making that dream come true. It is also a kind, generous donation from you to help us continue our voyage.

So, buy it for yourself or a friend. Thank you,

Kobi, Gabi, Solai, Orazi and Dahnya Klaf

 

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  1. Great hairs on all of you and as long as you can travel who cares! Its more about the fun and participation – hope this helps you sustain our travel dreams?

    And the best of Luck!

    Mark

    • thanks mark. bald is good too. you know, kobi, my husband is! it is about the fun and participation. you’re a doll mark! welcome to these parts. where are you today?

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