Does anyone remember the 12 steps of intimacy? My own memory of it is hazy, except that it was a lesson from high school religion class and probably counted as our entire sex-ed requirement for sophomore year. Step one was eye contact and step 12 was baby making. We were ordered by our teachers and the Church to not go past step 7 until well after marriage, and I swear hugging was step 8. We even got little handouts that would fit in our wallet in case we needed a reference while out and about. "Can I hold hands without going to hell? Let me check and see...." We all thought the 12 steps of intimacy was a joke and a great source of entertainment.
Last night, Chin-Hwa and I reached step 13.
Before you start to let your head run wild (and before Mom gets any crazy ideas), get your mind out of the gutter!
He let me buzz his hair. Here is the before picture:
Doesn't he look so excited and trusting? The cape came with the buzzer set and I couldn't resist.
I was thrilled, and practically shaking with the sheer magnitude of power that I held in my ill-prepared hands. One mis-step and Chin-Hwa's crew cut could become Chin-Hwa's worst hairstyle ever. (and he has had some bad ones, so that would be quite a feat)
The military hairsyle is one of the ugliest and is very easy to maintain, so my only job was to clean up the neckline. It would have taken a normal person about five minutes, but I took about an hour due to bouts of trepidation and timidity. Here is the after pick:
I can predict your comments: "Subtle, yet artistic." "Breathtakingly simple in style, yet fashion-forward."
Stop, I'm blushing.