It has felt a bit strange, then, that the article which inspired Stitch doesn’t appear on the Stitch blog.
We thought it was high time we republished it here, updated to reflect what we’ve learned from the thousands of people who have registered for Stitch so far and told us their stories. We are all living decades longer than we once did, and are staying fitter, healthier (and in some cases, friskier) further into our wisdom years than ever before.
Keep in mind, a lot of this information has been influenced by MY journey and the health of my hair at the start of my transition (which was not very good.) Also, I was texturizing prior to my transition so my hair was not completely straight, and I had some natural hair in the back because the texturizer didn’t take at all. These are obviously the easiest months of your transition because it’s not much different than when you were relaxing.
Just as a reminder, my last relaxer was June 2009 and my last texturizer was March 2010. So more than likely your hair is in a different condition, length, etc. Most people wait at least 6-8 weeks between relaxers so the first two months won’t require much change to your routine.
Well, I hadn't used teen chat in about two years, and when I came back, there was a lot of cool new people. I have meet lots of cool people and most of my msn contacts come from teen chat.
Teen chat has developed quite a lot, and there should be a lot more upgrades to look forward to in the future. Teen chat is like another way to get around the world and meet those really off the hook peeps.
Everyone have a great chat and keep it friendly guys I'll see you in here!
It’s tempting to copy someone else’s routine, but I quickly learned I had to discover what my hair likes.
I love the teen shack there are always interesting people to talk to and something to do.. I've visited a lot of chat sites,and I gotta say that this is the best teen spot by far!!!
also I love the fact you can always talk to someone close to your city if you want to...
With reporting by Elizabeth Luke Her badly burned body was found in James Baird State Park, in upstate New York, seven days after she disappeared.
Firefighters had gone to control a brush fire near the Taconic Parkway, and saw her lying in the grass, wearing Levi's 524 jeans, a cami shirt and Victoria's Secret underwear. There was a tattoo on her lower back—three purple and red flowers surrounded by green leaves.