Mandan. That was Faiths' first haircut at a salon. Rob's parents were in the country so Jean came with us. Faith was so good and the hairdresser did a great job with her. I think she only charged us like $5.00 or something. (Then Jean gave her a $5.00 tip).Julie is sweet, kind, pretty and very talented as well. We found her when Faith's occupational therapist recommended us going to a salon in
I then decided I wanted to get my hair done at the same salon. The lady who cut Faith's hair was unavailable so I agreed to go with Julie - whoever that was. As usual, when getting my hair done by someone new, I was a little nervous. But Julie made me feel right at ease. She mentioned church a couple of times and it seemed she was a Christian. The next time Faith got her hair cut at that salon it was with Julie. It was no problem for them to move the salon chair out of the way and put Faith's wheelchair in it's place. They were so accommodating to Faith's needs. Julie also took special care to cover up as much of Faith's chair as possible so as not to get hair all over her chair.