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September 11, 2013

Hair Today…

Diane Henders

The other day I was cutting my husband’s hair when a memory made me smile.  Since it seems to make him unaccountably nervous when I smile for no apparent reason while wielding sharp objects close to his jugular, I hastened to explain.

First, a bit of background information:

I haven’t been to a hair salon in years.  I cut Hubby’s hair, and he trims an inch or two off mine whenever I feel the urge to part with some split ends.  This works well for many reasons, not the least of which is that if there are any latent hostilities in a marriage, letting your spouse snip away at your ‘do while you sit defenceless in a chair is certain to bring them to the surface.

Also, we’re both cheap and lazy, with no discernible fashion sense.  Cutting our own hair saves time and money, and as long as there…

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September 11, 2013

Secular Meditation: The Serenity to Accept What Could Be Changed, But Doesn’t Actually Need to Be » Greta Christina’s Blog

 

Secular Meditation: The Serenity to Accept What Could Be Changed, But Doesn’t Actually Need to Be » Greta Christina’s Blog.

September 11, 2013

Can we rehabilitate post-modernism, please? » Pharyngula

 

Can we rehabilitate post-modernism, please? » Pharyngula.