Can you believe she would let me cut her hair? We’ve talked about it for a long time, anticipating being away from any known, or even professional, stylist for weeks, even months, at a time. I even got a lesson from Tanya Reed, Fran’s long-time stylist in Satellite Beach – but that was many moons ago.
Fran’s either actually happy with it, or is just putting on a brave face until she can sneak back up to see Tanya for an emergency fix. But either way, I don’t seem to be in trouble.
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Well done, Brian!! She looks great!
Oh and one more note … she looks great no matter what. Remember when she got her head shaved and still looked fabulous?
Ingrid, you know as well as I do that not only does she always look fabulous… she always IS fabulous!
El Guapo has tended the locks of Sra. Jane for veinte años.
Thousands of dollars saved.
She has such thick hair that I could put divots in her hair with a weed whacker, add a little gel and boom, ravishing.
The hair of El Guapo is not trending thick.
I don’t think I’ll be resorting to a weed whacker any time soon. Although I have to be more careful with the scissors – I snipped the end of one knuckle, just a tiny snip, and it bled off and on the rest of the day! (A different take on a barber doing a “bleeding”, I guess.)
Good job Brian, I think Fran looks beautiful. But as we all know, she IS beautiful anyway….!!!
I’m late on commenting on this, but I have to agree that Fran always looks – and is – fabulous, whether it is bald, shorn or shaggy. But damn Brian, good job on the do. It looks adorable. If you get bored, perhaps you can open Mr. Brian’s Salon de Coiffure on the deck of Smartini to tend to the locks of other seagoing ladies.
Yeah, I pretty much won the relationship lottery with that one!