Let the dance of life begin

I am here to sound off on anything I feel I need to voice about as well as to share and to have others share with me. My sister locks are what got this started.... so here is to celebration of my 'nappy tresses, my sister locks' and indeed life with all it offers.

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Saturday, May 10, 2008

I did my First

Yes I did it my first consultation about 2 weeks ago. I never thought I would have been so nervous but It was a good thing the potential client is also friend so it made it that much easier. Of course I did alot of things on the day where if I had thought it through that would not have happened. I had to get a a antibacterial soap and a bateriocide to clean all my tools (already had my hand sanitizer). Also need a container to store the tools had to get that too all this I did on my way to the consultation (: that won't happen again I think it added to making me nervous. The night before I did I refresher to remind myself off all I needed to do and say to make sure the consultation was complete. So off I went bag and tools in tow. We chit chatted and she wanted to know why all this was necessary but I stuck to the game plan she did eventually ask questions so she benefited from it. Installed 8 sample locks in different sections of the hair and once I had completed that we talked some more and then made arrangements to make the installation appointment. I am on my way it will take practise(the more consultations I do the more comfotable I will become) but I am confident I will get it(: My consultant has graciously consented to allowing me to use her space and it will also allow for her to supervise what I am doing (I want that for at least my first three heads. So blog buddies I will keep you posted!!!

one love still (sisterlocks trainee)
ps I had to use my noted

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6 Comments:

Blogger Goodnapps said...

OMG - that is so fantastic! Congratulations gurl. Being mentored by your current consultant is so marvelous. That's how it should work for all new trainees. I wish you the best.

10:58 AM  
Blogger Meikmeika said...

YAY!!! Congratulations!!

8:48 AM  
Blogger Amba said...

Congratulations -way to go. This will be the first of many.

8:41 PM  
Blogger ja stu sisterlock journey said...

I am looking forward to a half price retightening soon(he he)

5:50 PM  
Blogger N'Drea said...

I'm mega-proud of you! Keep it up and keep me posted.

It'd be great to have someone else I can count on, in case my consultant isn't available. :)

1:23 PM  
Blogger Kandgoods said...

congratulations! With all that added confidence; seems to me you'll settle in fine. Good luck for next time. Your locks are FAB by the way! x

9:54 AM  

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