Brian walks in from a long day at work.
Brian: We should stop shopping at Whole Foods so we can start one of those things.
Me: A savings account?
Brian: I was going to say co-op.… Keep Reading!!!
“He didn’t tell me how to live; he lived, and let me watch him do it.” — Clarence Budington Kelland
Happy Father’s Day, Bri!… Keep Reading!!!
We arrive home from Palm Springs, and within minutes I hear the hair clippers.
Then this emerges:
Brian: Silent and straightfaced.
Me: “Your mohawk is crooked.”
Brian turns around and goes back in the bathroom where I hear the clippers go on again.
Brian: “Fine, but I’m keeping the mustache!”
Me: “Quick, grab me some peroxide and hairspray!”
Me: “I need to make sure I am a good Loni Anderson to your Burt Reynolds.”
Brian turns around … Keep Reading!!!
When I returned from my month long African adventure, I hadn’t seen Brian in over two weeks. We were still talking about our spa and massage experiences in South Africa and so I had (what I thought was) a genius idea to do home massages. Affordable and fun…or so I thought.
I bought special oil, we put on Skyfall, and I gave Brian a full-body massage for the entire movie. Brian returned the favor later that night. Awesome, right? Well, … Keep Reading!!!
Well, it happened. Brian had his first interview.
We received an email a few weeks ago for an interview request. What made us excited was it wasn’t for me, it was for Brian! They wanted to get his views on AP. This is the first time anyone has ever asked to talk to him about it.
“It’s about damn time!” Brian said. I agreed. We were excited and said yes before we had time to really let … Keep Reading!!!
Well, it happened. Brian donated his hair. It happened unexpectedly, so there are no photos before or during the big chop.
It was pretty cool to find out that Brian’s curly locks were deceiving us. Those ringlets when straightened were almost longer than my hair! Brian was about at the end of his patience with growing it and found out he had to cut it for his job, so he was quite relieved when we found out he had … Keep Reading!!!
Brian and I met the month I turned sixteen. He was almost twenty-one at the time. He wanted nothing to do with me because I was so young. Needless to say, I was fuming by this rejection. I didn’t hear from him … Keep Reading!!!