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Peaceful_Passer
@peaceful-passer
07/01/20 01:12:53AM
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I'm back!!!


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Well I’d like to say Hi, and welcome you on your journey, however you’ve chosen to start. I did mess with a few of my freeform locks a few years ago and quickly regretted it. Let me say, dreads should not hurt, minus the separating part and even that isn’t anything to snuff at after the first few months; for me anyways. The worst of separating was nothing compared to the month or so of constant pulling at my scalp (and SORES!) from pulling hairs through and creating tension at my escaló. I brushed out my rip and twist ones after a month because I could not handle the pain and pulling... All that said. In a few months/years-ish, if you do nothing else but take extensions out and separate you’ll love how your head feels! I use Vicki’s dreadlock shampoo and LOVE it!! I thought tea tree would be my stuff but it turns out I LOVE activated charcoal, patchouli, and dragons blood- smells AMAZING, I haven’t tried it yet ( one of the kids hid it from me- BUT I found it. Lol). Welcome. Send pictures !


updated by @peaceful-passer: 07/01/20 01:14:39AM
Peaceful_Passer
@peaceful-passer
06/28/20 05:47:25PM
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Dready update!

They’re getting very light, swimming everyday does that! It’s so hot my hair dries so fast getting it wet everyday is a non issue. Woot woot. And it’s a salt water pool.

Maybe I can post a picture later
updated by @peaceful-passer: 06/28/20 05:52:14PM
Peaceful_Passer
@peaceful-passer
06/16/20 06:22:01PM
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I love eggplant! I have a great recipe if you want to try it someday!

The squirrels are doing a number.... lol no helpful ones but ladybugs every so often.

Yes share photos!
Peaceful_Passer
@peaceful-passer
06/14/20 11:09:11PM
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You know more about it than I do! @gazzunger-the-grey. I’ve had snails. Not bad especially dipped in melted salty butter 👍

Very exciting to be seeing blueberries! We have one but there’s no berries that I can see, I’m told it takes 2-3 years to start getting a good harvest. I love to hear your garden is doing so well! I hope next year I can say the same! We planted mini-pumpkins! I have seeds for large ones as well but I don’t have space for them so they’ll have to wait.

My eggplant flowered just the other day, I see new buds beginning ! I’d like some goat 🐐for milking, maybe? Even a cow, fresh is so much better and cost effective
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Peaceful_Passer
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06/09/20 10:43:06AM
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Yum?? have you had one? Some people also eat scorpions and blowfish (the possibly deadly fish to eat?- one out of every 60 kills someone... something like that lol!)!


updated by @peaceful-passer: 06/09/20 10:44:54AM
Peaceful_Passer
@peaceful-passer
06/09/20 10:40:55AM
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Here we go! *natural *


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Cute! I’ve always been very grateful for quick progress!
Peaceful_Passer
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06/09/20 10:33:28AM
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We have Eggplants, Peas, Green Bean, Pumpkin, Tomato, Grape, Blueberry, Potatoes, Basil, Spearmint, and Succulents!

Oh yes we’re very dry here, 7arce:1cow ! The garden has been through some rough times! Some thrive while others didn’t survive. Between the dogs, squirrels, and aphids... *sigh* If I get to see and eat at least one mini pumpkin this year I’ll call that good. 🥺😅 We learned recently not only are slugs gross but they can actually make you sick if you’re not careful to wash well after handling!


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updated by @peaceful-passer: 06/09/20 10:37:00AM
Peaceful_Passer
@peaceful-passer
05/31/20 06:31:39PM
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Hello :) I'm new into dreads. Started a neglected journey 1 month ago, any tips?


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Welcome,
Embrace the mess! It’s only just begun!
Allowing them to choose their own sections is only part of the process. Without separating you’ll have one dread. With lots of diligent separating you could have many small ones.
I watch for the sections and then separate. A few I chose to let come together because I prefer medium/thick but I have all varieties. Right now I’m brushing out a large one I may have let join a long time ago, but it’s very thick and at the nape of my neck, and I can feel the two distinct dreads at the roots, today became the day lol!
I use vickisdreadlock shampoo now, I’m in love with the patchouli. Also the activated charcoal is my fave! It leaves my scalp and hair so fresh and clean!

Welcome and embrace the mess!
Peaceful_Passer
@peaceful-passer
05/31/20 05:59:06PM
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Today I’ve decided to brush out this one dread. It’s been bothering me for a while, it’s SOO thick at the nape of my neck. I think I let them join a long time ago or I entirely missed it, either way it’s very thick and at the roots it’s naturally separated.

It’s crazy how much hair is in a dread! Look at the length from just the first inch maybe of the dread. It wasn’t but a smidge longer than that lock next to it before I started.

For those who are curious, I’m using a fork lol and it’s been a few hours of messing and unknotting, trying not to break any hairs I don’t have to.
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