Why is it that women get upset if you don't notice their new hair style? Or the new dress? Or shoes?I get back from a busy day at work and I'm asked: "Notice anything different?" If I say the wrong thing like "The cooking smells good ..." I get the silent treatment.God bless.
I believe it is a test. A test to see if you are paying attention. Which, apparently, you seem to have failed before...tsk tsk!Blessings.
I love your hair, I wish I could also have similar hair cut. Since my hair is all wavy or should I call it curly (to add on top, its frizzy too), a graceful haircut like that would look like a nest on my head.
Thank you, Racheal!...but I'm afraid my hair may be a little deceiving in this picture since I was just at the salon and the nice lady worked wonders with all her hair products & tools. I, too, have frizzy hair on most days...the hair stylist told me my hair was "coarse" & frizzy...age. But I am very happy with the cut (I usually wear it long), it seems to have calmed down some.My girls' hair, on the other hand, are true to texture.
I once let my wife cut my hair.When I got to work my boss said: "Tell me where you cut your hair and I'll get your money back for you!"God bless.
I do hope you gave your wife a very good tip*; I recently cut my pastor's hair for a 'fundraiser' event (see my June 6th post)...and one gentleman that bought a ticket to watch the spectacle, commented that he would like me to cut his hair...that he would (actually) pay me! Ha-ha. I tried to explain I had no idea what I was doing...we have an appointment next week. * (a good tip) "Don't eat soup in the rain."Have a good day, Victor!
When our dry season started, I told my youngest daughter that she was going to get a haircut or she could not even dream of going to the pool :-) I guess a haircut preps one to enjoy summer. Have a good one!
Yes! And I hope you all had an enjoyable summer!God bless!
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