every three weeks

When we moved from Denver to Seguin – December 1997 – we began searching for Important People.

These ‘important people’ were doctors and barbers/hair stylists.  You know what I’m talking about, don’t you??  We get so comfortable with our doctors and those who give us personal care – such as barbers and hair stylists.  It hurts to have to change the specialists and professionals with whom we have become so comfortable.

We didn’t want to have to  find another doctor . . . or another hair stylist/barber.  BUT – moving from Denver, Colorado to Seguin, Texas left us little choice. We weren’t going to drive for 15-16 hours back to Denver to visit our doctor or beauty salon/barber shop (we may not be exceptionally bright . . . but we realized THAT was not a good idea!).

Well, it was only a few months after our move that I fortunately discovered Audra and Hubby discovered Spitzi.  Both of these professionals have been cutting our hair since then.  In the ensuing years, Audra has increased in beauty and intelligence and I’ve gained 20 pounds;  my hair is thinner and grayer and I can’t remember “squat” most days.  Spitzi sold his shop and now operates out of Van Bui’s Magic Shears and Dear Hubby is seeing him every three weeks.

That’s how it goes!

Every three weeks I visit Hair Haus (Audra did not own Hair Haus when she started cutting my hair).  I enjoy the time spent  in the swiveling chair as Audra snips away.  I always see someone I know; the interplay between the customers and the hairdressers is fun to observe; Audra is always so welcoming and the conversation is interesting and informative – and I leave looking better than when I entered those doors (doors which happened to be locked this morning because all of the other customers had come in through the back door and no one thought about the front door until I arrived).

I love the Hair Haus!

I love Seguin!

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About hopeseguin

Who am I? I'm still discovering just who I am, I suppose. A. Powell Davis writes that "Life is just a chance to grow a soul."

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