Her name was Jaime

Her name was Jaime

June 30, 2010

Journal, Lauren

I got a haircut a couple of weeks ago, and wasn’t real thrilled with it. Lloyd rolls his eyes when I complain about my hair because I don’t ”Build a Relationship” with ”Someone Who Knows What They’re Doing”. Nope. I’m a big fan of the walk-in method of hair shortening.

Today I had a goal to get to Lincoln and get a different haircut. Lloyd and Brad went along for moral support, but first we spent a little time doing some internet searching. Brad searched for ‘hairstyles for women of a certain age’. Grrrrr….. He came up with Martha Stewart’s ‘do.

I made a page of internet photos to show what I liked and didn’t care for. (Note to self: That was a good idea.) I only had the vague idea that I wanted it shorter than my shoulders, and I’d like to try the layer-y thing.

Jaime did a fine job. She was very thorough, and it took a long, long time. I was done talking a third of the way in, but kept being polite and social so she wouldn’t get mad and give me a mohawk for my impolitenesss.

It’s alright, but will take some getting used to. As always, though, it matters very little to me, because I almost never see my head.

No, no, no. Maybe.

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Lauren Sommerer is a preschool teacher who likes to build prototypes, grow cats, cook things once, save money, reduce, reuse and recycle.

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6 Responses to “Her name was Jaime”

  1. Brad Said on:

    Great. Your title will have me singing this all day:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oG59q_7Q3b0
    Her name was Jaime, she was a stylist…

    Nice haircut, by the way.

    Reply

  2. Karla Said on:

    I’m not clicking that link. I’m already singing the song…

    Reply

    • Brad Said on:

      But it’s so cool. Somebody took scenes from Harry Potter and set them to Copacabana. How could you not watch that?

      Reply

  3. Peggy Said on:

    You have GREAT hair Lauren! It’s full & bouncy & shiney! And I love your picture…peering in on the back of yourself.

    Reply

  4. Quiana Said on:

    It is my understanding that stylists can get tired of small talk all day and might enjoy a little quiet.

    You might have made her day!

    Reply

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