I mean, nothing radical. It is still beautiful hair, the envy of most men. Even straight men like to run their fingers through it.
But it was getting long.
Here. Take a look.
Very hard to handle. Lots of product had to be used to keep it all in place. Driving me crazy.
So, during my lunch hour, I wandered down to Helen's Barber Shop on Kempt Road and was taken right in. 20 minutes or so later, this is what I looked like...
After work, I drove Patricia home and had a quick shower to get the loose hair out of my head. Then, I drove to the Timberlea Dental Centre for my first appointment there.
They treated me very well. A thorough and professional cleaning. I will not say I enjoyed the experience, but I do not dread going back there next month for the X-Rays.
It was nice to hop in the car and be home in less than five minutes rather than be downtown or whatever and be faced by a 20-25 minute drive. The offices are clean and inviting. I could look out the window where I was with my hygienist and see a couple people kayaking on the lake behind the building. Next door is a farmer's market. Across the street are a drug store, a physiotherapist, a pub, an Ultramar station, and just up the street, a Tim Horton's. Between those two places there will be a brewery or a distillery. I forget which. It is a pretty decent part of the world, and I am glad to live in it and be able to contribute to a local business in this way. I look forward to a long and fruitful relationship with Timberlea Dental.
I think I will turn in. The stress of getting my hair cut, plus the time in the dental chair, has left me exhausted.
See you tomorrow.