Brushing your hairFalling into aSilky riverDiscoveringShades of amberRiches of copper
You are preciousLovable Venus
You are GoddessBeautiful AphroditePowerful Shiva
Oh I hate those knotsIt’s almost donePlease don’t cryMy littleMila
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love, daughter, mother, hair
Born in spring, my name means Spring. I love poetry in all its forms.
The word “poetry” derives from the Latin feminine noun poetria, meaning not “poetry” but “poetess”.
Mmmm, brings back memories of brushing my daughters hair. I became skilled at combing through the knots without drawing a single tear from their eyes – not an easy task.Beautiful words Vesna, and thanks for sharing this intimate moment :-)
Hi Richard, you have to share the secret with me:) Thank you for your wonderful support:)xxx
– Vesna *
this is beautiful
Thank you so much Simon, so kind
Ok: Here’s the secret (But don’t tell anybody). We naturally comb, or brush, our hair starting at the top of the head and brushing all the way down. This creates more damage to the hair and causes knots. The secret is to start combing one or two inches from the end of the hair all the way around, and then move up another inch or so and comb down again all the away around the head. Keep doing this until you’ve reached the top. This way you avoid creating any knots, reduce damage – like split-ends – and loosen any existing knots from the bottom up without pulling any hairs. The result is silkier, healthier hair and no tears. Of course, it also helps to do this with a lot of love while humming a happy tune :-)
That is really great. I was actually brushing her hair from the ends already but not only by inch. I should have been more patient. Mila will be very grateful for your advice Richard, you made a new friend:)Thank you!xxx
thank you so much Holly:))
Thank you Quinn:)
in my home, our solution is we never comb nor brush our hair :-) heh … precious, msc
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