So, by way of celebrating - and to give me an easy way to post during a week when I haven't much time...I'm going to re-post FIVE of my FAVORITE blog posts from the past year (in no particular order). I'll blog one "post from the past" each day this week, culminating on Friday. (somehow I think I'm the only one excited about this)
What's been your favorite post at iamchief? Let me know in the comments, and perhaps I'll post the most popular (considering my wide reading audience of two, this might not go over all that well).
My first of five is actually one of my first posts. It has to do with my son's first haircut (which wasn't his last!). This post was titled:
Cheesy Hair Salon Names and My Son's New "Do"
Ever noticed all those corny names for hair salon? My guess is that they mostly rank pretty high on the cheese factor scale. Granted, it's hard to come up with a great pun. Puns are either royal, or just plain retarded:
My Son's New Do
Observe photo #1:
The following day this photo was taken, Anita noticed a slit in a page of my new bible which was laying open on the desk.
She asked, "Aaron Job, did you cut this page in the bible?"
He answered, "No"
She asked again, "Aaron Job...did you cut this page in the bible?"
He again answers (keep in mind, he still has scissors in hand), "No."
The guilt overwhelms him. "Yes, ma'am."
I won't go in to the rest of the story. You can probably figure it out.
So... I come home from work, and as I enter the house, I find a pile of sandy blonde hair on the bar.
Seems that even after the bible shredding incident, Aaron Job smuggled the weapon into his bed during nap time.
Anita tells me that when she went to get him up from his nap, his excitement and pride rivaled that of his 2 year old sister when she goes on the big potty.
"Mommy, look! It's not long any more!"
Now, photo #3 (Review Photo #1 for reference)
So, after spending the evening cutting the grass, I ended the evening cutting the hair...what was left of it. So finally...
The bible cutting event was probably inevitable, but punishable none the less (since he lied about it).
The hair cutting was certainly inevitable, but just plain hilarious!!
Thank you Lord, for children! And for digital cameras!