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Getting half-cut during blow-dry.

Byline: Susan Riddell LET ME ENTERTAIN YOU @susan_riddell

THIS Dry in Glasgow's QueenOn entering the blow-dry bar to get my hair done before a night out, THIS week I've been Wishing I could live in Blo Dry in Glasgow's QueenStreet. On entering the blow-dry bar to get my hair done before a night out, I was promptly asked if I would like a glass of prosecco. I accepted, of course, and the receptionist guy kept my glass topped up untilI left. The place has a cracking atmosphere, everyone was jovial and chatting away. Although that could just be because I was half-cut. Either way, I will definitely be back for a visit in future.

Watching the new Netflix sitcom Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt, co-written by Tina Fey. I've nearly hoovered up the first series. The theme tune is enough to put you in a good mood and the show is quite good so far.

Surprised to learn that Jason Manford can act.I stumbled upon Ordinary Lies - a new six-part drama series on BBC1 - and was impressed by his acting skills. He played a failing car salesman who, in a desperate attempt to keep his job, pretends his wife has died. I'll be tuning in for Michelle Keegan's episode next week. Hopefully, she'll surprise me too.

Choked up at the story of Smiley the golden retriever doing the rounds on Twitter.He was born with dwarfism and no eyes and spent his younger years in a puppy mill before being rescued and trained as a therapy dog. Now, he visits people with physical and mental disabilities.


DOG'S LIFE Smiley, who has dwarfism and was born without eyes

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Publication:Daily Record (Glasgow, Scotland)
Date:Mar 20, 2015
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