After she gets done staring hard shell say something

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entire world would ever do their hair that way. After she gets done staring hard, she’ll say something like, “Sierra, don’t get made, but why are you wearing that dumb headband?” Don’t get mad? Ok Mom, that’s like saying, “Don’t get mad but I ran over your dog this morning.” The noise (pg 17) of the headband distracts her so much that she doesn’t even hear what I’m saying to her. I then forwardly proceed to tell her that I happen to like the “dumb” headband. And that I probably won’t be taking it off any time soon. She then turns and says to me that I need to learn to take correction, and to not talk to my mother that way. I take this with a grain of salt and try harder next time to be more respectful.
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(Her eyes) Sierra walks into the room wearing the most hideous headband I’ve ever seen. She knows it bugs me so bad when she wears those kinds of things, but she refuses to be conservative. I love her for being herself, but I never understood why an ugly headband has to be a part of it. I choose my words carefully as I’m trying to decide what she could see attractive about such a disgusting accessory. I then say, as kind as possible, “Sierra, don’t take this the wrong way, but why are you wearing that headband again?” She then rolls her eyes and gives me a dirty look. She snaps back at me with a statement about how she happens to like the headband and asks me why I can’t get off her back about stupid stuff that doesn’t matter. The way she
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