Sometimes I take a shower, shampoo my head and style my hair. It looks something like this . . .
Then I go out into the Canadian Winter with my hat on, OR I take a nap OR I do anything except sit still as a mannequin, and it becomes something like this…
The next day, Mom and I go for a cup of tea. I’m too tired for a shower and assume my appearance is fine. But my hair is sneaky and does something like this…
The next day, I’m off to another tea shop (because that’s basically all I can manage lately) and forget to look in the mirror at all, having just woken from yet another nap and needing to rush myself back to the land of the awake. But then I go to the ladies room at the cafe.
Upon looking in the mirror I realize I look something like this:
Then, after a while, this…
Because what can you do? At least it is hair. And hey, at least I’m out of the house.
That’s the end of my story.
Time for a nap.
P.S. That sweater is wool, you would wear it every day too if you felt as cold as I get!
10 thoughts on “Hair Care”
It’s hair, and hair (at least mine) is quite untrainable lol
I recognized myself in your drawings 😉
I loved this. I can relate more than I care to admit!
Very cute drawings! And you only look alarmed in the second to last 🙂 . As an older bald man, only my beard seems to get frizzy in response to a BC winter.
Oh yes. That was the downside of shorter hair for me (although I love it in other ways) – bedhead that doesn’t get better if I don’t want to wet it. Add the CPAP mask and I wake up with spectacular hair. I’m still rocking it right now.
You are so punk rock!
I wish! But I like the idea. 🙂
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Love this. So much. xo
As Newfoundlanders would say, it’s “birch broom in the fits.”