>Haircut: The Outcome

>To those of who were worried that my beautiful locks of hair would be subject to poor styling, you can rest assured that there is a merciful and loving God who answers prayer. The haircut I recieved at Wal-Mart (from a most young and charming stylist I might add)was far more than adequate, and actually met the same standard that I have come to expect from my past stylists (notably Jen Maurer, Chris Sellars, and Kristina Pelhank.)

I’m sure it comes as quite a relief to my readers that “Boyce’s Best Hair” is still intact, and yes John, I’m still counting on it to bring me true love.

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2 Responses to >Haircut: The Outcome

  1. Bolo says:

    >Do you know what Pelhank told me?

  2. James says:

    >ha ha! You should have seen how long my hair was last week before I got it cut! It was the first time I had it cut in 4 months 😦 It looked awesome!

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