ME: You likey?
TIM: Well, it's certainly bold. It could get costumey, but I'm really not getting that vibe right now.
ME: Oh good! It was kind of spur of the moment?
TIM: Really, Deborah? You obsess over your hair continually. You're constantly dragging your fingers through it and cursing it. Do you ever really do anything "spur of the moment" to your hair?
ME: Well, apparently not.
TIM: It's a good cut. It's quite different. A little "Adam Lambert-ish", but in a good way. It works with the shape of your face. It redirects attention toward your eyes and away from your lower face.
ME: Wait. What's wrong with my lower face?
TIM: It's getting lower.
ME: Wow. How long have you been sitting on THAT one?
TIM: I'm a patient person.
ME: This really might be my best opportunity to let my silver and white grow in...you know, because it's so short.
TIM: Really! Because that worked so well for you before?
ME: I'll be in Ohio for most of the summer so my influences will be different. I'll be home. I can be myself. I can deconstruct and reconstruct!
TIM: Do you believe for one moment that your mother will sit by and watch while you age in front of her?
TIM: Buy your color there. It'll be cheaper.
ME: Got it.