Friday, March 30, 2012


Since my last post about transitioning, I have gotten quite a few extremely encouraging messages and comments.  I just want to thank all of you for your support and encouragement.  Thank you for the links, and resources and the product recommendations, and just making the effort to connect with me.  Thank you for telling me that you follow me and get inspiration/information/encouragement/etc. from me. I am truly humbled.  One reader has been so generous with her advice and resources, that I tear up every time I get a message from her, because she has taken time out of her day to think about me and help me.

I've had this blog for 4 years, and I knew some people read it, but I had no idea how much I've been able to help others.  I originally started this blog to track my own healthy hair journey, and my heart feels full to know that I have helped others do the same.  Honestly, I'm not the best blogger out there.  I don't have challenges or giveaways or polls, but I do really appreciate all of my readers and the great advice and support you give me.  I  know for sure that I have gotten more from you than you have gotten from me.  Even one comment from one of my posts can turn my attitude to positive and make my day better.

Thank you, thank you, thank you!

I will try to do more to give back to you, I promise!


Anonymous said...

Tiffanita! You are a blessing! Thanks for sharing your life with us!

On Some Hair Sh*t said...

Hi Tiffanita. So how's the transition going for you? It's going ok for me(I guess.) I found to be very helpful as well as CharyJay's youtube channel at Best wishes on your hair journey! :-)

Tiffanita said...

Thanks Anonymous!

OSHS- So far, it hasn't been bad, but I wish I could master air drying. I've been using Curly Nikki as my bible lately! I'll check out CharyJay. Thanks so much!

On Some Hair Sh*t said...

I air dried once & it was a mistake bc my hair had little knot tangles when it dried. Probably bc I didn't do a good detangle. Rollersetting still works for me. That's how I dry my hair. The issue with that is the new growth is practically dry by the time I finish rolling my whole head. So I really sit under the dryer just so my ends dry. But then once I feel like the new growth is getting dried out from the dryer, I just let the ends air dry with the rollers still in. It's a trip, I tell ya LOL. I wish I could give advice on the air drying... I've decided to keep my hands out my head & get box braids.