This was a post I wrote on Facebook:
"Have you ever met anyone that has accidentally super-glued a flower clip into her hair? Well, now you have :) I AM Awesome!"
Yes, yes I did just that...I super-glued a dang flower clip in my hair! How did you do that? I hear you ask...
Well, first of all, I PERSONALLY feel like I am too old to wear a flower in my hair, or to at least pull off that look. I see other ladies my age wear them and I think they look cute-but I wasn't ready for it. Soooooo, I decided to try it, but the darn flower was broken off the clip.
I am like a female Macgyver, seriously, give me super glue and I can fix anything. I fixed a broken cupboard door that split in half with super glue and BAM my condo sold just.like.that. I took the glue and fixed the clip. I let it dry for like, oh, an hour, or at least it was dry to the touch. What I hadn't thought about was that it was still wet on the actual flower. I popped that sucker into my hair, went to church, went to my mom's for dinner, came home and when I went to take the clip out, it WOULD NOT BUDGE! Holy crap!
I slowly pulled individual pieces of hair out of the "stick zone" and then I thought that if I put it under hot water then maybe that would break it up a bit to get more hair out. I was wrong-it broke my hair completely off. It was about a 2 inch by 2 inch chunk. Yes, CHUNK! It was about 11:00 at night and I just looked in the mirror and shrugged. I mean, what else could I do?
The next morning I surveyed the damage and it actually wasn't too bad-I apparently added layers to the one side of my head. AWESOME. Yes, I am THAT awesome. Who else could pull off a layered look created by super-glue????
So now you have met someone who accidentally super-glued a flower clip into her hair.