Your locks are beautiful!
I've been doing pretty good. On my 6 month break from classes right now. So for the rest of the spring and summer, I'm working at a field station in the NJ pine barrens. Studying fungi and soil health. It's pretty cool. I get to run around the woods and take samples, then grow mushrooms in petri dishes. Then look at them under microscopes.
It's a lot f work, though. I go in a 6am, and don't get home until about 6pm. But I get to work with one of the biggest names in soil ecology and mycology. So it's completely worth it.
What's been new with you?
Rachel, its great to see your dread journey continues. The transformation has been amazing to see. Thanks for sharing. I've been slacking on my end with keeping a picture journal or whatever.
PS Boxing, eh?
I have pretty similar hair to yours and just wanted to ask you a quick question about sectioning. I am currently of the opinion that each ringlet should be a single section, but some of them are quite small, and oftentimes three or four ringlets will twist around each other like a double/triple helix. Did you section your hair in the single ringlets? Or did you let a few ringlets stay twisted around each other to form bigger dreads?
I love your hair, and secretly hope that my dreads, when they form, will look just as rad! Claire