Writing Can Be Murder

April 4, 2008

Sharp objects in mirror are closer than they appear

Filed under: Uncategorized — love2wryte @ 5:01 pm

Yesterday I got my haircut. It’s a great haircut. I love it.

Problem is, I’m pretty sure there is something really wrong with my hairdresser. She’s a nut. Not your usual, talk-a-mile-a-minute-about-every-problem-in-her-life nut, like most hairdressers. No, there is something really off about this woman.

 She barely speaks (which is a huge plus in my book — allows me to eavesdrop on all the conversations going on around me). She’s extraordinarily smug. She seems to have no connection with her co-workers.

Yesterday as I was sitting in her chair, watching the light glint off the scissors she held against my cheek, it occurred to me that I should probably trust my instincts about her, and never return.

 Problem is…it’s a great haircut.

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2 Comments »

  1. I like quiet hairdressers. I’m usually plotting a story while I sit in the chair, and one who can give a great haircut is worth it, even if she’d nuts. JMHO. 🙂

    Comment by Jennifer Colgan — April 8, 2008 @ 4:59 pm | Reply

  2. Yes, but if I’m plotting my story while in her chair, I’m fantaszing about murder….

    Comment by love2wryte — April 8, 2008 @ 11:34 pm | Reply


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