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Celebrity Dad Sighting

Wednesday, January 28th, 2009
By Glinda


Can you guess which handsome celebrity Dad is hiding underneath all of that?

The Long and Short of It

Wednesday, January 28th, 2009
By Glinda


While I was getting my hair cut at the salon today, I spoke with my stylist about cutting off inches to make the ends look nice and healthy.

I told her I had already warned my husband that I would be cutting my hair shorter than normal in order to get rid of some ends that were looking, shall we say, less than optimal.

“Oh men,” she laughed. “They do love their long hair, don’t they?”

We then got into a discussion about how men can get all squirrely on you when you drastically change your hair. And how some women think that you should cut your hair only the way you like it, regardless of what your man thinks.

I’m not one of those women.

Don’t get me wrong, I am all for those women. It is totally their right to cut their hair however they wish.  If they want to shave it all off, I’m all for it.

However, I do try to keep my husband and his preferences in mind when trying out a new style.  Take, for example, me.  I don’t really like facial hair on men. Or long hair for that matter. And it makes me happy that my husband keeps me and what I like in mind when he doesn’t grow a beard or long hair.

Relationships are about give and take, and for us, hair is one of the things we choose to indulge each other.  Taking out the trash? Not so much. 

But I resent people who think I am catering to or “giving in” to my husband by keeping my hair fairly long. I don’t do it out of a sense of oppression or thinking that he will no longer love me if I get a pixie cut.

But if long hair makes him happy and I’m fine with that, where exactly is the problem?

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