ties.

23 08 2010

Ties.
One of my assignments for the wedding.

I’m not doing so well with it at the moment.
It sucks that my buddy Mike had some sick ties for us to wear to his wedding and I’m not really feeling anything I’m seeing.

I’m down to 2 weeks and I’m feeling the heat.

I gotta come up with something.

I am really into the whole skinny tie thing, so that narrows things down a bit.

It helps that I often take my fashion cues from Justin and (if the money was there) Neil Kaffrey.

Although eventually skinny ties will be out and fat will be back. Basically you should just wear whatever you want to wear because eventually everything comes back into style…

or, out of style completely:

“or the fashion of this world passeth away…” (1 Corinthians 7:31)

This whole tie thing has been a sore spot in the whole planning process. I will be a lot happier when I find ties and we can call it a day!

? Are you a fat tie or skinny tie?





a new ‘do…

22 04 2010

I just cut my hair last week…

BUT — not short enough.

My hair has come up a couple times during my Tour De Wasson.

It’s not long. But, it’s not really short either.

I’ve gone through a series of different hairstyles over the past few years.

My favorite? The mohawk.

One of my professors actually described it one day as “business casual” and said he approved.

Here’s the direction I’m headed with my hair right now;

This is Neil Kaffrey from the USA show White Collar. Love it. He’s the man, and his hair is awesome.

Leah and her entire familia would prefer me to head in this direction however;

Not bad. But I’m not feelin’ it right now.

But it’s not an issue I’ll push. I’m not sure anyone here is diggin’ my hair, so I’m gonna have to trim down. I should have probably played things more conservative before coming out here.

Parents love the clean-cut look. So does Leah (she’s the only one I really care about)

But, what about all of our favorite prophets from the scriptures? Most of the scripture movies I watch involve prophets with long beards and longer hair.

Did anyone ever talk to them about their hair?

The Lord prescribed a process for cleansing in Leviticus.

“And he that is to be cleansed shall wash his clothes, and shave off all his hair, and wash himself in water, that he may be clean…” (Leviticua 14:8)

I’ve done the shaved look before — eh, it was ok.

I feel like this is more applicable:

“…There hath not come a razor upon mine head; for I have been a Nazarite unto God from my mother’s womb: if I be shaven, then my strength will go from me, and I shall become weak, and be like any other man.” (Judges 16:17)

Yeah, if I lose my ability to breakdance because I cut my hair I’m going to be ticked!

?  What do you guys think I should do with my hair?








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