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Well, finally he let me cut his hair. We brought out a kitchen chair and we set out in the backyard. I took a garbage bag and ripped the seams then tied it around his neck. It really needed to be bigger than the 13 gallon ones I have but it worked to keep most of the hair off him.
Mind you I've never done this before so I was nervous. He was also nervous because I've never done this before too! With the little bit of know how from watching youtube videos and with his instructions on how he likes it, I gave him a pretty good hair cut. He really was impressed.
Then I did the grand boy's haircut. Well that didn't turn out as great as I hoped but it's ok he said. Bless his heart he said, "who's going to see me anyway?" Hopefully, the barber's will open up and he can get it looking better before school starts. Hopefully, school will start.
Am I doing enough?
Sometimes I get it in my head I don't do enough. I think about all the hero's in this virus fight and think what do I do? I guess I'm just so in awe of the people from the grocery store workers, to the fast food people, to the energy workers, to the nurses (just to mention a few), that I too want to do something that I feel is just as useful. Do you feel that way?
I don't think my jobs are as hero worthy but it's all I can do for right now. Some of my jobs are to stay at home, homeschooling grandma, cook, gardener, house cleaner, be a good neighbor. and pray for all those hero's. Keep them safe and well Lord.
Please leave a comment and let me know how it's going in your neck of the woods.