Friday Letter

Posted by Claudia Moser on 5:58 PM in
Dear brain,
I need a day off! Or maybe you need a day off?

Dear forest,
How I wish I could walk around just now!

Dear birds,
So cheerful, any reason?

Dear neighbor,
I hope you feel better, you were rather late last night!

Dear hairdresser,
I need an appointment now!



I love these letters of yours! What a brilliant idea! Have a cosy weekend dear Claudia!

Another great Friday letter my friend! I really enjoy these, I must admit. An appointment with the hairdresser?! I thought you went not that long ago, with that lovely photo you posted on facebook with the new colour!

@Diane - my hair lost its glow, and I do not know why!

@Sofia - thank you, I find them relaxing too!

Nothing quite like getting your hair done at the hairdresser. I had mine done on tuesday. Lovely post!!!

I love this post and look forward to it each week. I think I may join in next week.

Dearest Claudia,
I've just been to the hairdresser 2 days ago to be prepared for the Obon holiday, haha.
Graet Friday Letter, my friend(*^_^*) 
I hear cicadas buzzing hard now.

Sending you lots of love and hugs from Japan, xoxo Miyako*

@Ellie - I was there last weekend, but I would love another care so my hair gets the glow again.
@Luan - I find it a nice wrap up and a preparation for the weekend :)
@Miyako - have a lovely weekend!

Hope you have an appointment with your hairdresser.
I have my on Tuesday.
Wishing you a good day :)
Hanne Bente

@Hanne - thank you, have a nice weekend as well. In the end I did my hair alone, a bit of tender care and the glow is back :)

I have been visited Germany some time ago,I like the nature that embrace all the cities,very nice.I was in love with Monaco and Colonia. Compliments for your blog,is very nice.

@Lilybets - thank you for yourkind words!

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