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momma has dreads
@momma-has-dreads
03/26/11 08:25:21PM
159 posts

Jobs and keeping your dreads


General Talk

Hi Kellokiki,

Yes I was a DDS assistant many years ago, endo and loved the surgery part of endo. Then I worked also up front and then manager of a DDS office.In that field in one way or another for 13 years. I took ten years off to go into real estate. Which as we all know bombed out, me with it. Soooo I decided to get back into the DDS field in one way or another. I have been applying for either the front end, which I know very well or assistant to an oral surgeon, which I would have to be trained. I did not go after general DDS or ortho assistant. Here in Michigan every job available has a high turn out of apps. DDS is the same. I was worried about being on the older side and top that off with my dreads. It took me about a month to get this job. I interviewed with 11 possible positions, turning down one that offered me a job, due to location. Out of the rest, I would say that I would only accept about 3 DDS positions if I was offered the job. I pretty much interview them as they do me and I am picky when it comes to where I work.

DDS assistant is always a good field to fall back on. I have always like it.

OH!! The tiramisu did turn out good. My fellow workers all like it, at the sporting good store. The DDS office ask me if I was going to bring in cookies...so I am looking for a great cookie recipe for my first day of work there..

peace and enjoy your evening

momma has dreads
@momma-has-dreads
03/25/11 06:50:20PM
159 posts

Jobs and keeping your dreads


General Talk

Well I have been searching for a job since the second week of February. I have gone on a number of interviews, enjoying each of them. Turning down one offer due to its location and driving distance. I did wear my dreads up, photo is below. The job is as an oral/maxial facial surgeon assistant. I have always been pretty confidante and like I said enjoy interviewing...soooo that comes across. I start next week and will still work a day or two at my other job at the sporting good store. I was beginning to think that I may have to cut my dreads off in order to get the job I want, the pay I want and location I want. Well I may be just lucky, but every thing fell in to place today. So for those of you out there who may be thinking of cutting their dreads off, may be hold out a little longer, be confidante in presenting yourself during your interviews. Well I then went home and made Tiramisu, which I plan to take into my other job.

peace


updated by @momma-has-dreads: 02/05/15 10:12:49AM
momma has dreads
@momma-has-dreads
03/25/11 07:30:35AM
159 posts

At my 14 month with dreadlocks


Member Journals and Timelines

I am on it!!! Thanks sooooo much for that bit of info. peace and enjoy your day.
momma has dreads
@momma-has-dreads
03/24/11 11:21:06AM
159 posts

At my 14 month with dreadlocks


Member Journals and Timelines

Well my son does not maintain them, he cut them all off about 4 months ago. Sad. Thanks for your input though. Peace
momma has dreads
@momma-has-dreads
03/22/11 03:53:22PM
159 posts

At my 14 month with dreadlocks


Member Journals and Timelines

Well just because that is what I have come to like in the way of dreads. Just like that look. My son had his for seven years, natural all the way, his where rope like, that is what I want. I have some pictures of him on my photo page if you care to see. peace with all forms of dreads. Enjoy your day.
momma has dreads
@momma-has-dreads
03/22/11 11:06:28AM
159 posts

Old vs young


General Talk

YES YES...I work at a sporting store. I have had many older folks speak up with complements on my dreads. Also many younger folks too. It has all been good for me thus far. I am on the older side myself. I thanks them sincerely with all my heart and warmth. They leave with a smile and nice impression of a person with dreads.

peace

momma has dreads
@momma-has-dreads
03/21/11 11:32:38AM
159 posts

At my 14 month with dreadlocks


Member Journals and Timelines

WOW!!! All this time I was under the impression that the two were used together :-( I will drop the lemon juice. Sooo sea salt/water mix only. Thanks for that little bit of info...now they may tighten up even more.

peace and enjoy your day

momma has dreads
@momma-has-dreads
03/21/11 11:17:04AM
159 posts

At my 14 month with dreadlocks


Member Journals and Timelines

Started out with back combing. Nothing else other than washing with baking soda, rinsing with apple cider vinegar and accelerating with sea salt/lemon juice spray off and on. I have notice that the length has now set in. I still wonder how long it will take for them to be more cord/rope like...please if anyone out there can tell me...do say so. Again this is my 14 mo. and still loving them.
updated by @momma-has-dreads: 02/05/15 10:12:49AM
momma has dreads
@momma-has-dreads
03/18/11 10:09:29PM
159 posts

Hello fellow dreaders!


Introduce Yourself

It took me a while to figure out what that noise was too. Too funny. I was looking all over for what it could be. I think that I had to ask too, about a year ago. Enjoy your dreading journey with the rest of us. This momma has dreads. peace

Rizzlification said:

That totally makes sense now.. I kept looking at my alerts haha.

Thank you :)

momma has dreads
@momma-has-dreads
03/02/11 07:59:06PM
159 posts

Churches agains't Gay's


Alternative Lifestyles and Subcultures

I also saw it in the news. There is nothing right/good about what they are doing. Soooo wrong on many levels. Very sad to see and hears about.And they have the right to do so, protest their beliefs.
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