The multi talented Joy Ann has cut my hair for more than 10 years. It is cool getting your hair cut at home. No waiting line. No nasty old barber shop. No grumpy old barber and best of all no $15 price tag (plus $2 or $3 tip).
There are some disadvantages. For example, about the same time Joy Ann started cutting my hair I started wearing a telephone headset at work. Where the headset rests on the top of my head it causes my hair to stick up creating a cone. It is kind of like a mohawk or a rooster comb. A rooster comb is that thing that sticks up on a rooster’s head. Not that I am comparing myself to a rooster.
It is not a big deal but I have asked the sensitive Joy Ann to be careful when she is cutting that part of my hair. I have always believed that with a little more care the “cone” caused by the headset would not be so noticeable. The ever instructive Joy Ann has pointed out if I flattened my hair before I put on my headset there wouldn’t be a cone. I have been careful not to rebut her suggestion. You do not want your barber looking for retribution.
More recently I started going back to a regular barber. I found Jake at a nearby shop. Jake charges $14 and I still have the cone. Joy Ann is over cutting my hair but she is not over smirking when Jake’s hair cut did nothing to tame the wild and ever present cone. Today’s vocabulary word is “vindication.”
For some untold reason I have recently started parting my hair on the side. I use to brush it straight back.
Yesterday Joy Ann and I were standing outside around sunset. Holding hands with the sun at our backs our shadows stretched across the patio in front of us and in unison we noticed my shadow didn’t have a cone. For the first time in years I was without the cone. This changes everything!
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Manzie R Lawfer