That’s A Wrap! Ann’s Entitled Life Weekly Post Round-up

That's A Wrap!

One of the most popular posts on Coupons, Deals and More was the Saturday “Best Posts of the Week” round-up. In it, all the informational, yappy and feature posts were highlighted in one place for anyone that may have missed them. I thought it might be a good idea to do the same on Ann’s Entitled Life! So, every Saturday I will post That’s A Wrap! Ann’s Entitled Life Weekly Post Round-up so you may catch up on any posts you missed during the week.

Please feel free to comment and any and all posts! I work for comments. 😉


Bud Light Lime Lime-a-Rita Review

The Hair! Oh No, Not The Hair!

How To Store 2 Liter Pop Bottles

Natural Disaster Preparedness Tips

Niagara Falls (very picture heavy)

Sunday Morning Shopping

Sun Cups – an Alternative to Peanut Butter Cups

The One That Got Away (video)

Top 3 Most Beautiful States

What Is The Stupidest Thing You Have Ever Done To Save a Buck?

Laugh For Today

Monday Laugh For Today

Tuesday Laugh For Today

Wednesday Laugh For Today

Thursday Laugh For Today

Friday Laugh For Today

Link to recipes page

Chicken Salad Recipe

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Free eBooks to Download

Free eBook Downloads

It is Saturday morning, and with it a whole new list of 10+ free ebook downloads to enjoy! Remember, you do not need a Kindlekindle to download and access these free ebooks. You can (and I do) read the free Kindlekindle ebooks on your PC via amazon.

Note: the graphic above may not represent all the free ebooks to download listed below.

17 Cents & a Dream: My Incredible Journey from the USSR to Living the American Dream (reg $14.95)

101 Substitutions for Ingredients (reg $3.33)

Audacious Creativity (reg $15.99)

Beyond Intent: Crossing the Threshold to Your Dreams (reg $13.95)

Declutter Your Life: Reduce Stress, Increase Productivity, and Enjoy Your Clutter-Free Life (reg $2.99)

Firms of Endearment: How World-Class Companies Profit from Passion and Purpose (reg $39.99)

Ground Beef Recipes from My Table To Yours (reg 99¢)

Healer: The Pioneer Nutritionist and Prophet Dr. Hazel Parcells in Her Own Words at Age 106 (reg $4.97)

Pictures of the Mind: What the New Neuroscience Tells Us About Who We Are (reg $25.99)

So Easy Herbal: Ten Herbs How To Grow Them Use Them And Save Money (reg $6.50)

Wheat Belly Diet: Ultimate Guide to Losing Your Wheat Belly and Feeling Amazing (reg $2.99)

Link to Amazon Kindle

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Remember that Amazon pricing can change quickly, so download while you can!


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The Hair! Oh No, Not The Hair!

crap my hubby says

A small rant … I have very few physically redeeming features. But, one that I do have is my absolutely gorgeous hair. I have a ton of it, it does what I want, and the colors are lovely.

I went to the hairdresser last week, had a full cover color, then my hair foiled, then a haircut. I left thinking it looked darker than normal, but it was evening and I didn’t pay much attention to it in the salon under those lights. One thing my stylist does well, and I mean well is hair color. He is a freaking genius with color selection, knows just where the foils should go, how many, and what lift.

A freaking color genius I tell you!

A few hours after I got home from the hair dresser, I went upstairs to prepare for bed. When I got the brush out to brush my hair, I happened to look in the mirror. And I stared in disbelief. The entire left side of my head was red without a highlight in sight! No highlights in the bangs. No face framing on the right side. All I had was crown highlight color. Well that, and the back looked pretty good. YAY! I could walk backwards into a room and look awesome. Forward? Not-so-much.

Just in case I wasn’t clear: There was not one highlight on the left side of my head!!

To say I was a tad upset would be an understatement of epic proportions. I seriously considered running out to buy a bottle of hair dye, but then I realized that wasn’t going to make my hair any lighter or provide any contrast. Recognizing that, I still spent a good 30 minutes talking myself out of a car ride!

I had a conference to go to in two days. I told Hubby I was not going if my hair couldn’t be fixed. I also had various other functions including a dinner the next night that I was fretting attending because of how awful my hair looked.

Oh whoa is me! I barely slept I was so upset that my hair looked so awful.

Yeah, it may be vain, a tad over the top or any other narcissistic verbiage you’d care to apply, but I really love my hair. And my hair looked like crap.

And through it all, Hubby was soooooooooo supportive.

“Doesn’t look any different to me!” – this from the man that spotted a paint drip in the middle of our freshly painted cabinets from across the room! This from the man that can spot an un-set nail in shoe molding from 50 feet away. This from the man that complains every single time I come back from the hairdresser with my hair flat-ironed because he hates how that looks! According to him my flat-ironed hair looks “too different”.

But yet he couldn’t see just how different my head looked with one side all red and most of the rest of my hair red with some caramel highlights?

Soooooooooo supportive indeed.

By morning he was out and out laughing at me, “I’ll love you no matter how awful your hair looks.” “You could always wear a bag over your head.” “Go out and get a wig.” And a few other choice quips I can no longer recall (more likely they were blocked from my brain for the sake of our marriage ).

The next morning I called even before the shop was open for the day to report on the sad state of my crowning-glory. In the end my hair stylist was very apologetic, got me right in, added the foils and an hour later I walked out with my hair looking as fabulous as it usually does! Crisis averted. YAY!! And, at the conference the following day no less than a dozen people complimented my hair. Yeah, I may be vain about my hair, but it sure is purdy when done correctly!

How supportive is your SO when you go off on something that may, admittedly, not be crisis-worthy to anyone buy you?

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