Wednesday, November 2

movember...


I haven't seen my husband clean shaven since oh maybe our wedding day.  When he came home yesterday and I got a good look at him (not like the semi conscious look I got that morning in bed when he said goodbye before he left for work) I thought he was an impostor.... a much younger and noticeably paler version of his former self. Who is this man and why is he making me feel so old all of a sudden is what went through my mind.

Luckily he forwarned me that the shave would be going down and I made a bargain with him... I will deal with the stache if you shave your head.  There is something about him with a shaved head that I can't resist.  Last night when he got home he was pre-shaved head.  Now yesterday was a trying day over here for me.  There was a lot of crying, none of which was from me but believe me, the thought crossed my mind several times.... just give in... let the tears flow... but I held out.  So when he came home I wanted to leave the house.  But I also wanted that head shaved so I could feel less like a cougar and more like his younger wife.  So off the hair came.

I get to enjoy this look for a couple of days until the moustache starts to take centre stage... on his face.

I know it's for a good cause (prostate cancer research) and I know it will only be for a month.... but damn it is going to look dirty I just know it!

who is this man?  (the before.... bring on the stache!!)

So am I alone in this moustache phobia or do you share my disdain for said facial hair?

8 comments:

  1. hahahah you are hilarious. I do NOT like it...J is going to vegas for a bachelor party at the end of Nov and apparently the bachelor wants them all to grow staches - combo of movember and his own desire for them to have dirty staches in vegas...ugh...don't know if I could handle it!

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  2. My husband just grew a goatee. I think it makes him look much older but I like it. He keeps it real short so that helps.

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  3. mustaches are sick. I'm with you.

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  4. I agree with you completely. I'm not a fan of them. It always reminds me of someone's dad, or like an old man. Clean shaven please.

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  5. My husband is cherokee and can barely grow any facial hair...lol! Poor guy has tried over the years and it just always looks silly :-) My dad on the other hand had a full beard and it always looked sooooo odd when he shaved it!

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  7. Yeah, I don't like facial hair...especially mustaches. My dad had a full beard and mustache growing up and apparently I loved it then, but I don't like it anymore. When his hair started going white he started shaving it. :) I'm good with that.

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