How to Cut Your Husband’s Hair.

Happy Sunday everyone!

I hope you guys are having an enjoyable weekend, I know I am. With these gloomy, snuggly days, I’ve felt rejuvenated and well rested. It doesn’t hurt that I’m looking forward to a four day work week coming up, which will be even easier as it’s going to be dedication and spirit week at my school. Hello assemblies and activities, and shorter classes. And then the following week is another four day work week? I’m feeling pretty relaxed and on top of things for once.

Focusing on the here and now though, I’m still pretty happy. This weekend, Drew and I tried something we’ve never done before… I gave him a haircut! We have a some nice hair clippers, with a bunch of different settings, and Drew’s hair was getting a little out of hand. Next thing we knew, I was holding the trimmer in my hand and Drew was sitting like a deer in head lights.

Luckily for me, Drew’s normal haircuts aren’t that complex. Zero on the neck, and a one to two fade everywhere else. I even got fancy and trimmed his bangs with scissors. At the time it seemed daunting but now I know it’s easy as pie.

I have to say, I think I did a pretty darn good job. I faded well, trimmed his bangs and top well. Even got around the ears and neck well. His past few haircuts have been not super great and even borderline bowl cuts, so I’m impressed with myself. I love when Drew’s hair is short, so I’m really excited that I can keep it the length we like more often because money and time won’t be a problem. I did just as well as a $35 barber and now he can get monthly trims for a great price: free!

What are you guys up to this weekend?

— Brey