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Jessica
@Jessica
01/15/10 01:26:08PM
70 posts

Dr. Bronner's Magic Soap: Oily residue?


Dread Products

I wash my hair every few days with normal head and shoulders shampoo.... I never have a single problem, no buiild up or anything just sweet smellin locks:) Ive been using normal shampoo for 7 years, never really tried anything else. That's just me though, I'm sure it will work out fine. Once you find something that works for you just stick with it, everyones hair type is different and products works differently.
Jessica
@Jessica
01/13/10 07:49:11PM
70 posts

Books :)


General Questions

Wow i have a lot of reading to do! Thanks to all:)<3
Jessica
@Jessica
01/13/10 01:03:25PM
70 posts

Books :)


General Questions

Wow there are a lot of books some I have read in high school..Thanks for the replies i will definitely check some of them out! :)<3
Jessica
@Jessica
01/12/10 11:58:38PM
70 posts

Books :)


General Questions

sounds nice:) I will check that out for sure!Lonnie Berg said:
A book I think you'd like Jess is:
The Pig Who Sang to the Moon- the emotional world of farm animals, by
Jeffrey Moussaieff Masson
Jessica
@Jessica
01/12/10 11:27:17PM
70 posts

Books :)


General Questions

I've read and am reading a few great books. I was wondering what books anyone else out there is reading or have read and would recommend reading.I definitely recommend:The Power of Now- Eckhart TolleA New Earth- Eckhart TolleStillness Speaks- Eckhart TolleAnimal Speak- Ted AndrewsThe Mastery of love- Don Miguel RuizChange you Aura, Change your life- by Barbara MartinThe Secret- Rhonda ByrneThe Book of Chakras- Ambika WautersWalk two moons- Sharon Creech<3
updated by @Jessica: 02/14/15 05:53:34PM
Jessica
@Jessica
01/12/10 11:10:24PM
70 posts

Confused


Dreading Methods

I agree with Dip. There is nothing to fear, if you just let it happen it will turn out very well!:)
Jessica
@Jessica
01/10/10 06:04:04PM
70 posts

not fully dreaded...


Dreadlock Styles and Dread Styling

Aw i love your three locks:) I think they look great and once they become longer will be even sweeter! I think its pretty unique, from the front you could never tell and then you turn your head and bam, three sweetass dreads!Jcisazombie said:
Well, I have dreads in the back of my head, not all over my head and I'm sure many people think it's gross or weird or whatever but, I just wanted it done. I do body modifications so I can add things I feel are missing from my body, like, I feel like adding holes and tattoos to my body completes me and places my soul and my ideas on my flesh, which I believe it's supposed to be. So, when I decided to dread three dreads in the back of my head, I felt like it was completing something because, and I'm sure all of you know this, dreads are not like any other haircut. They mean a lot to the individual, and they tell a story in a lot of cases. I don't see what it matters if a person has three dreads, or one thousand dreads, I'm sure the three mean as much to the person as the one thousand do to the other, and everyone should be accepting of others opinions and ideas, instead of making dreads a club where there's a minimum number of dreads you must have to be accepted. People do things for different reasons, for me it was for myself and completing who I want to be in my life. I don't look at a person who has 40 dreads any differently than someone who has 100 and I don't look at anyone who has one dread any differently from someone who has twelve. It's just a journey that they want to go on in a way that makes them feel complete and I think we should all be accepting of that.After all, dreadheads get a lot of shit, regardless of the number of dreads they get. Why would they want to become part of the people giving others shit? Btw, I didn't get offended by your post. =)
Jessica
@Jessica
01/10/10 05:53:44PM
70 posts

not fully dreaded...


Dreadlock Styles and Dread Styling

I've seen people with just one dreadlock. There are all different reasons. This person had cut theirs and kept one. Ive also had a friend with a dreadhawk... he chose to do it because he was cutting his and he left it a dread hawk for a while before fully cutting them. It must be hard to part with them after years. Elliot the singer from John Browns Body pretty much has a natural mullet... due to balding im guessing, but i think it looks pretty sweet. He definitely has some nice dreads. You too will bald one day and possibly have a dread mullet!!


updated by @Jessica: 02/05/15 10:12:49AM
Jessica
@Jessica
01/09/10 09:15:44PM
70 posts

hair growth


General Questions

How come your in such a hurry? I dont really think there is anything to speed up hair growth. If there is it's probably on one of those infomercials that don't work. That's a part of the journey just letting it grow with time.
Jessica
@Jessica
01/08/10 05:39:10PM
70 posts

lice a dreadlocks worse nightmare


Dread Maintenance

I'm up for the challenge! Things get bad here, but im not too worried i know i can connect with any child no matter what the age. I can feel it in my heart! I dont plan to teach in Albany though. Once i graduate in a year and a half with a bacholers im out of here, Cant wait!dreadilocks said:
Maybe it's just here but my friends wife teaches in the city here and she has been stabbed and everything under that. She was kicked in her stomach when she was not yet showing but preg. The school eventually hired guards or security. We have kindergarteners bringing loaded hand guns to school and shooting teachers for giving them bad grades and stuff. I HAD to remove my kid from that insanity.

Much Good Luck if you get into a school of that caliber.
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