a barber, a loin cloth and some rain

Adam’s been going to the same barber since he was three.

He’s this delightful Greek man, who chit-chats and always has a story to tell.

The week before our wedding he demanded that I come watch him cut Adam’s hair.

Just to make sure it was exactly as I wanted it for our big day.

I kind of love him for that.

This man has given Adam many things over the course of the years.

Advice, fresh vegetables, and most recently, a handful of seeds.

Which Adam planted at the end of our driveway.

Needless to say, I was surprised to come home one day to find the seeds had sprouted into a tropical looking plant with leaves larger than your typical dinner plate.

Good loin cloth making leaves.

I keep telling Adam there’s a business to be had here.

The seed bundles remind me of sea urchins.

Except you can pet them without fear.

I’m glad I braved the rain yesterday.

A few water droplets never hurt anyone.

Let me know if you’re in the market for an Adam & Eve costume for Halloween.

I just might have some materials you can use.

2 comments
  1. True barbers are a lost art these days. Glad Adam found one. Especially one that gives you fun seeds to plant and all the best advice. He sounds like a keeper.

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