I decided to go to Dana's Nail Salon in Brighton, a place I'm familiar with and like because of their nail design skills.
Today, unfortunately, must have been kind of an off day or something.
It's always funny to me that when I walk into the place, they all start speaking Vietnamese to each other, possibly about how I always get green or blue or other funky colors and about how I always get a design. I know this not because I actually understand Vietnamese, but because they say "green" and "design" in English. Today, they said "design."
The massage function of the chair I was sitting in wasn't turned on, and I was too lazy to ask for it to be turned on.
The nail technician was a man, which isn't so uncommon in Dana's, but the whole thing felt a bit rushed, though I was the only person in the shop for most of it. I almost wonder if you could turn it into a sexual analogy, but I'll stop myself before I get there.
Basically, the only great thing is that the nail color is absolutely beautiful! Thank you to my friend, Samantha, for the bottle!
|Designed by Andy, Dana's Nail Salon, Brighton, MA|
Color: Sephora by OPI: Mermaid to Order
Occasion: Long overdue self-care session
What do you all think it's supposed to be?
I mean, I would have been happy with polka dots or wavy lines or whatever. But, nonetheless, the colors are really pretty together.
It felt great to be able to give myself some leeway and decide that I was going to celebrate 2 days of job interviews by getting myself a pedicure. And not just any job interviews, but really well done job interviews.
I know that I was energetic, friendly, and absolutely qualified for the 2 jobs I applied to. I'm definitely still thinking about taking advantage of both of them just to help make my bank account feel less empty and to help pay off bills.
For the front desk job at the gym, I'm really hoping I can use my Saturday and Sunday mornings to work that job. For the Program Manager position at the Center for Adult Education, I know that my weekdays will once again feel full and profitable.
At this point, I'm just crossing my fingers and my newly painted toes.