I am about to attempt a blog that is probably one of the reasons why Brian warned, “Be careful,” when I began Square Piece. You see, I work with the public; and with the public comes lots of material for writing. As I’ve mentioned Square Piece to my clients, I’ve gotten a lot of, “Oooo, I bet you have LOTS of stories from working at a salon!” It’s true. I really, really do. And while I would never want to make light of the relationships that I have with my clients, there are many moments that are too amusing to not give story telling a careful try.
So today let’s discuss the wobbily bobbilies. A wobbily bobbily, to me, is a man, woman or child who consistently reveals an extreme inability to keep his neck and head straight while I’m performing a hair service. It’s my opinion that if it weren’t for my “back straight/chin up” mantra, wobbily bobbilies wouldn’t even realize that they’ve got this tendency. It’s quite unintentional.