One girl chronicalling her misadventures in Migraine Land.
Hilarious! That's how I feel about hats, headbands, anything that goes on my head.
it's very sweet. well, you know as little chickies go. on the other hand - for we people with problem migraines, NNNNNNNO! Can't bear the thought of putting things on my head, in my hair, pulling my hair up, like style-wise for too long without getting HAMMERED. Literally. with the monster.
That's why I thought I would let the little chickie wear the bow. I'm the same way with avoiding things on my head. Sometimes, I can barely stand to wash my hair.
How cute of a chick.. I want that chick he he.. Nice articles. Awesome readying.... Wishing you less migraine from a fellow sufferer
Thanks for the invaluable service you provide--laughter in the midst of unimaginable pain. Love the Chick and Red Bow photo. I think you're onto a profit making venture: posters, magnets, t-shirts. Ways to subsidize monies loss from missing work and paying for medication.Marva
OMG, I feel just like your little chickie. Now I've grown my hair way out and don't want to cut it after 3 years but sometimes I can't stand the weight of it when I have a migraine. Want to put it up and get it out of my way but even an elastic hurts - what's a girl to do?- MegsFree my Brain from Migraine Pain
This is a riot. I absolutely love it. in the immortal words of my mother, "ils faux sufrir pour etre belle". You must suffer to be beautiful. If you are into this type of humouir with chicks, check out the artist, Sloane Tanen. She does amazing things. I have never ready your blog before and as a fellow migraine sufferer are enjoying it.Thanks,Princess
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