Last hair cut from Brittany? by rhoing

Last hair cut from Brittany?

I hope so. At least, that's the strategy behind this post.

More than a year ago I posted a photo of the young woman who cut my hair every month,
After I posted? She moved. (Husband changed jobs.)

Then I found another stylist and posted her photo,
After I posted? She moved to St. Louis.

Now we come to Brittany. She has a bachelor's degree and wants to work in her field, so the economist in me says it's time for her to move on to the next adventure in her life and use her training and interest. So today I took my camera and explained about Jamie and Danni. "I see where you're going with this," Brittany said.

So I hope she gets a full-time job … in her field … where she wants to be and that this will be my last hair cut from Brittany.

Then I'll have to find another stylist, but fingers crossed for Brittany. :)

Update. It worked! Before my next cut, she had moved to Chicago.

1 year ago (“Mother and daughters”):
2 years ago (“Strained rotator cuff…”):
3 years ago (“Silver-spotted Skipper”):
4 years ago (“Vanessa atalanta”):
5 years ago (“If if has to be a Painted Lady…”):
6 years ago (“Sunset rowing”):

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She's cute. I hope you posting her does the trick!
October 11th, 2017  
Sounds like you like the change - in hair stylists. I wish hubby would get his hair cut every month. I have to do it and I'm not going anywhere!
October 11th, 2017  
All very nice portraits! I've had the same man do my hair for many, many years. We have become good friends. He got a bachelors in business to please his mother, and then started doing what he loved, but he does run a business (his one-chair salon). My fear is that he will one day retire!
October 12th, 2017  
@maggiemae @janeandcharlie As Jane doesn't look forward to her guy retiring, I don't like "breaking in" or finding a new person each time. At the same time, however, I'm happy when young people make a change that increases their happiness. That's being an economist and wanting "the best allocation of resources" (and having people being happy at what they "do"). That was part of the privilege of being a university professor. :)
October 12th, 2017  
Wonderful portrait, Thom and charming description. I've also seen the same hairdresser for years. She's been working hard completing her bachelors degree in international biz administration, juggling her full-time hairdressing with her classes and family. I'm sooo impressed with her and with her hard work. As much as I would miss her, I'm rooting for her to complete her schooling so she can reach her dream of returning to Mexico, her native country, with her family and getting a good, professional job.
October 12th, 2017  
Beautiful portrait! Thank you for commenting on my seeds photo...I appreciate your support so much.
November 4th, 2017  
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