I was inspired by these cuts and decided I was NOT too old to be trendy.
Mike has done work (construction) to most of Tod's house (Tod the Stylist -not to be confused with Todd the Miner -whom Mike has also done work for over the years) over the last 4 years and at some point an unspoken agreement to cut all our hair for free was made... wow.
Tod is the most generous thoughtful man.
On top of doing all our hair (for free) this week he gave the kids huge candy canes (think barber pole made of sugar) and some stocking stuffers. He also sent home with us a huge supply of yummy yummy samosa!
Seriously this man is an angel with clippers in his kitchen.
I will forgive him for giving Ephraim a mullet in the summer (chock that one up to allowing creative genius to not line up with my own sensibility) It was an Era thing really. I was so not into my son looking like Scott Baio.
My sister and I have discussed the Era thing quite a bit. I have a strong reaction to/against anything from my teen years. The 80's social craze... please don't make me go there. The tights under your clothes... really? do I have to buy stirrup pants to be cool?
Even the music associations (dumb, sappy rock ballads at disturbing school gym sock hops) has made me shut down to listening to certain things. (sorry Sting... I am slowly coming around, I can listen to your Christmas album in small doses...)
anyway I digress...
We all look amazing for the holidays. Thank you Tod.