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I need to complete a photo dump, but my camera is out of battery. I need to recharge it. My niece and I have a playdate in a couple hours. Then I'm headed to Howl O Scream with my little crew ;) I'm very excited about it! I need to recharge my own batteries, and get a little more rest before my day officially begins. I think next month I'm going to finally invest in a bike. The weather in Florida is starting to get pretty amazing, with a nice wind chill in the air this time of year. I got my hair braided up last night, and I can't turn my head to the side. We bought synthetic hair, and I wish I would have soaked it in some apple cider vinegar to remove the alkaline base (I think). I can't really remember the details, so I will just plug the site I read it from, which the link can be found here. But I don't think I ever had a problem with synthetic hair before... I am going to spray my hair with a cooled aloe vera juice and distilled water mix, read a couple pages, and get some more sleep.

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