Wednesday, November 4, 2009

I've Ruined My Son's Life

How do you ask? Really it's not a hard thing to do. What happened?

HE GOT A HAIRCUT.

Period. Yup that's it. Less than ten minutes and it ruined his whole life. In fact it may as well just be shaved off. He's not going anywhere. Ever. In fact he's not even going to school tomorrow. He's wearing a hat and sobbing under his sheets, and will do it until the hair grows back.

But you know what?! That's okay... I'm leaving tomorrow at 6am, for FOUR days of stitching. And not only stitching, but no children. No whining. No homework helping. No lunch packing. No cooking. No cleaning. I can even wear my jammies all day if I want too.

Do you think his hair will grow back before I get back on Sunday?

11 comments:

Kathy A. said...

ROFLMAO!!!!!
Enjoy the retreat!

jayne@~an eye for threads~ said...

OH, the next few days will be wonderful so long as you don't take a phone...be assured that you are not the first mean mom to take them off to the barber shop. lol
Be always in stitches.

Eva said...

No one ever died from a haircut....or of embarsement. He will live, and so will you!

Debbie said...

OMG, that is a funny story. enjoy you stitching time.

Carolyn NC said...

Ah the days of drama.....He'll live...Can you tell that I've already finished these years. Love, Love, Love the title of your post! Have fun and enjoy your time away. What will happen is some little cutie pie girl will say she REALLY loves it, and your worries will be over. So go bribe one of your trusted girls to go tell him how much she loves it!!! (but of course only if she does...) LOL

Daffycat said...

ROFLOL. You witch.

Have so much fun, Sara!

Marion said...

Enjoy yourself Sara! He'll get over it (eventually...LOL)
Marion

Pike said...

Have fun, Sarah!!! And don't worry, he'll live :)

omashee aka Barb said...

Well, if he stays hidden in his room forever at least you'll always know where he is!! LOL Such drama! Enjoy your retreat! Sounds like it's come at just the right time.
Barb

Diane said...

LOL! Why does "Drama Queen" come to mind? I really think that ther should be a masculine version, because my 11 year old son is soooooo like that too!

Charlene said...

No, but it won't matter by then - someone 'that matters' will have told him how cute it is by then, and he'll be over it. &&fingers crossed&&. Hope you had a blast!