I decided to give myself a Christmas treat. I've never ever used any sisterlock product and have always wanted to try the moisturiser and reconstructor. So I went ahead and purchased the the green tea shampoo kit which consists of shampoo, moisturiser&reconstructor. When they'll arrive is another matter, but I'll come back to give my verdict once I've used them. I can hardly wait to try the moisturiser.
We've had quite a lot of snow in the last few days. I had a few 'hairy' moments on the icy roads slipping and sliding. Today I was taking my boys to aylesbury to be picked up by a friend and taken to Winslow for a 'sleepover'. The A41 was closed off due to the extreme icy conditions. After 1 hr attempting to reach aylesbury via berkhamsted, I turned round and came home. Not before I'd stopped at McDonald's to 'compensate' the boys and do a spot of shopping at Tescos. The place was like a mad house. Why is it we act as if the shops will be on strike for foreseeable future? I mean how much can one possibly eat over the holidays?( I bought a huge chicken, even though I had intended to buy it on chirstmas eve. When I say huge I mean...just how does a chicken get to look like a baby turkey? OK I won't ask. I'll just pray, cook it and eat it.)I mean people appeared to be panic buying. Stress levels were elevated with people pushing, shoving and shouting. Not to mention all the wet mud tramped in from the sleet/snow outside.I got bumped on the rear by shopping carts no less than 3x. I was desperate to get out, so I chose to avoid long queues and use the self- serving check out. What a lark! Every 2 or 3 mins, an annoying electronic voice spoke some gibberish about waiting for assistance. What's the point having those things if they don't work properly?
Anyway, I got home safely and cooked some stir fry chicken/vegetable rice for dinner.