One day I will look like a Hollywood heroine when I cry, and not like a ribena berry. Today is not that day.
Yesterday I have mostly been bawling my eyes out. True, proper, honest to goodness blubbing. Bordering on hysteria at one point.
Why? You might well ask.
For the last couple of years or so we've had the most brilliant cleaning lady. Let's call her Jane. Jane has looked after our little cat when we've gone away, mowed the lawn when it looked a bit
Calla - The Fragrance
Yep, I have spent what felt like an age working with a master perfumer to create a signature scent for the salon.
I am SO proud of it! It's a fresh floral topnote with woody, spicy undertones. Very grownup indeed!
I took delivery of the first bottle today and tried it out on a client and she LOVED it!
I can't stop beaming!
As you were
Been something of a slog - I had no idea there was so much work in setting up a business!
Barely had time to sneeze let alone mooch about on a web forum - poor Alex has had to fend for himself far more than he would like - hee hee!
Still, all in a good cause.
click the link below to see just how much my life has changed! Calla Salon | a little more beautiful...
the work car crash happened, the insurance company wouldn't pay out (metaphorically speaking), so the only thing to do was to stick two fingers up to them and finally do what I wanted to do, rather than what I felt I ought to do.
This has been a frightful few weeks. I've not slept, not eaten properly, drank too much, and slashed my arms to ribbons. Stupid cow.
Still, my business plan is coming together, I have training courses booked over the next few weeks, and the people where I'm
And it's only going to get worse.
ooo I look mighty fine when I cry. Like a ribena berry. It's not an attractive look.
Why do we feel the need to treat people so badly. Do people get off on watching their victims transform from confident, capable people into snivelling, snotty, jibbering wrecks?
How do those people sleep at night? Do their consciences not prick them, just at that point when they're about to fall asleep, to keep them awake, to make them consider