These colors make me feel like I am imitating some kind of superhero. I don’t know why though. I did a google search and there are no purple and yellow superheros.
Speaking of superheros… I’ve been meaning to get your input on something. About a week ago my husband and I had a half hour long
argument conversation about the Ninja Turtles. We were discussing superheros and the fact that some of them, such as Batman, do not have any real super powers. My husband added the Ninja Turtles to the list. I then reminded him that they are MUTANT turtles. According to him that is NOT a superpower because it can’t help them stop a villain from robbing a bank. My argument to this is simple. Picture two scenarios. In the first you have normal little turtles slowly crawling on four legs trying to stop a bank robber. In the second one you have turtles that have the SUPER POWER of being about 100 times bigger and faster than normal turtles fighting the bad guy. Don’t you think the second group of turtles have an advantage?
I could go on and on guys, but I think that I have already shown too much of my nerdiness for one day. I would appreciate your opinions though. Then maybe my husband and I could settle this once and for all.
-The Turtle Loving Kelley
P.S. I found this AWESOME bun tutorial that I repined from the wonderful Lydia. It was made by Emily over at The Other Emily, who not only has a fun new way to create a bun, but also has cute style! You actually use a sock to make this bun! It didn’t work quite as well as I wanted it to because of my sad thin hair… I had to REALLY cut the sock down. Still, it was better and easier than any other bun I have ever tried. AND I only have ONE bobby pin in my hair and it is staying strong, which for me is unheard of. I bet it would be perfection for all of you ladies who were blessed with hair that is thicker than that of a 1 year old. If I were you I would check that awesome tutorial out 🙂