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Color Week: Red

Well, I have to admit, I didn’t realize just how much people were going to like Boring Office Guy. I mean, I found him really funny, but I’m his mother. I told him this morning about the 7-year-old who was watching his video repeatedly and who wanted to call Aidan with complements despite being a complete stranger.   Aidan was impressed and all grins.

He desperately needs a hair cut, but now I’m afraid to do it. What if all of his power is in the curls? What if he ceases to be Boring Office Guy, when he is given a more clean-cut appearance? Perhaps we need a new character – Prematurely Bald Man, perhaps? I guess that depends on just how bad an experience we have with the clippers 😉

Color Week: Red

Color Week: Red

Color Week: Red

Color Week: Red

Busy few days ahead. I am just realizing that the 3 or 4 things I was planning to do tonight are going to have to wait because I committed to attending a Pampered Chef party. It’s not all bad – sipping wine and adding to my stoneware collection – but the timing could be better. Too much to do right this very moment! It took me half the day to finish this post – I’ve been squeezing parts of it in here and there where I can.  I would have just skipped it, but I can’t very well leave out one of the days of Color Week, can I?   😉

One thought on “Color Week: Red

  1. You have a kid who can entertain the masses just because you put a new suit on him, and you’re worried about giving him a haircut? That’s a kid who thrives on clean-cut. You will not do him any harm, though you may have to worry about enhancing his powers. Bring on “Tidy Haircut Guy,” I say! Heck, bring on “Clean Room Guy” and “Boring Eats His Vegetables Guy.”

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