June 27th, 2006

  • jsl32

i need my hair flatironed or cornrowed.

is there any place in seattle city limits that will do such a thing for super-curly hair before saturday this week?

i'd prefer cornrows in some nice design, but i will take standard salon flatironing also, if there's any chance of getting a booking before saturday.
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Free Caffeine!!

The Devil Wears Prada National Coffee Break Day!
Tuesday June 27 from 2:00 to 4:00 PM take a break from the office and stop in to enjoy a free large coffee, cappucinno or cafe latte (hot or iced) in celebration of The Devil Wears Prada National Coffee Break Day. ( One drink per person during two hour period. Blended or flavored drinks are not part of this free offer. )


Seattle, WA
Ellen’s Coffee Company, 1201 3rd Ave., 98101
Midtown Espresso, 2133A 5th Ave., 98121
Ancient Grounds, 1220 1st Ave., 98101
Espresso Caffe Dior, 725 Pike St. #3, 98101
Espresso by Design, 511 Mead St., 98108


enjoy!
B Cass - Goodbye White

Mmmm...

I'm stressed out. I think I'd like to treat myself to a massage. Recommendations? I did look at the memories, but if you can recommend specific people rather than places that would be even better.

Somewhere north of downtown or downtown would be great.

Thanks!
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rock on

Health Insurance?

So I just graduated from college and my parent's insurance that covered me won't cover me anymore after Friday. I also am working a job in the summer where I cannot qualify for health insurance. So, if anyone has gone out and purchased health insurance, what did you get and why? I would be getting something for just myself and I may be returning to college in Fall 2007, so I only need insurance for a year or so. Apparently the statistics are high for people un-insured post-high school and college.
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