I washed my hair. I have a few SLs that are pretty much not my favorites because they hang longer than the rest of them. I will ask Ayana if something can be done about these.
I bought a quilt. Thank you Dad for this solution to baking under my comforter at night. Who also probably remembers my fear of the Boogie Man. As most of you already know, you have to be covered while sleeping in order to protect yourself from the Boogie Man. A sheet will work, but the heavier the fabric the better. I felt like the sales lady at Dillards understood this too because she said, "I have to have something on me at night."
I was also introduced to the coverlet. I quickly turned my nose up to Mr. Coverlet the same way I did Ms. Duvet when I saw the price. I could not justify buying a duvet is priced about $10 less than the comforter. Maybe people buy the plain white down comforters more than I think. I stood there imagining how ridiculously difficult it has to be to shimmy a comforter into a duvet. Sounds too much like work to me. The duvet could be used as a quilt/coverlet, but that's not its purpose. The coverlets were solid with decorative stiching, but putting a solid color on the bed seemed too plain for me. The quilts were - well quilts and had the ugliest designs ever. After two weeks of searching in store and online, I came up with this set at Sears. Yummy yellow. I will miss you Blue/White.
My camera isn't picking up this yellow and it's blurry. See how the yellow toss pillows look differently on these two pictures. I even took a picture of the yellow from the foot of bed like with the blue set and it's still blurry. Any suggestions are welcomed.