Every so often, even the strangest of introverts (raises hand) have to leave their cats and their comfort zones to do things like buy groceries, go to the doctor, and attend to many other errands that cannot be done at home. I mean, you CAN order groceries on Amazon, but who wants to pay 10 bucks for a quart of milk. Of all the things I leave the house to do, getting my hair done is my favorite, and probably the most important. Let’s face it; if I’m going to show up at the grocery store in sweat pants AKA WAHM (work at home mom) attire, my hair at least needs to look decent. I should clarify that I wear NICE sweat pants, which look better than some jeans I’ve seen for sale at Macy’s.
Last week, I went to get my hair did and have my tiny, yet unruly eyebrows shaped. I enjoyed every minute of my trip to the salon, and not just because I remembered that the new car has heated seats. This Florida girl living in Ohio LOVES her some heated seats. So, even the trip to the best salon ever was heaven.
My good friend Alli introduced me to Lennonheads when I moved here. I LOVE this place, and not only because
Melissa, the world’s greatest hairdresser works there. Everyone is so cool at this place, from the people at the front desk to Taffy, the lady who tames these brows, to Melissa, who makes me look human. I have never had to explain a joke to anyone there, which is important to me. People without a sense of humor make me uncomfortable. I usually find myself checking the backs of their heads for a battery pack. It’s just awkward.
Not only is Melissa a miracle worker with hair, she is an animal lover who happens to have an unruly puppy. If you have read this blog before, you know that I am in a similar situation with Miss Sophie. While Melissa applies my color, or trims my bangs, we chat about our puppies’ poop eating habits. Her puppy even brings cat turds from the litter box to her other dog, who is blind. I guess that is being considerate in dog world, kind of like bringing your friend a latte. I’m sorry if you were eating while reading this. Oops. I’m sorry. Oops rhymes with poops. I’m not making this any better, am I?
I’ve already made my next appointment with Melissa and Taffy. I’ve also recently scored an employee discount at a sporting goods store, thanks to Ben, my son’s friend who had some friends and family coupons. You know what that means. I’m going to be looking stylish with my well-coifed hair, my non-squirrelly eyebrows, and some hot new sweat pants. I may even get a matching hoody. Step back, fellas; I’m married.