I could have written about manifold number of things like how 95% of US population above 16 have some kind of immunity towards corona virus or how there are nearly 350,000 new registrations to learn Ukrainian on Duolingo, but I finally landed on haircut.
After 2 years my son had a haircut without a mask on. Even before pandemic haircut, nail cut and shaving have always been a task. Ok blood draw 🩸 is also one but that is not frequent. A minimum of three people were needed for a haircut but it slowly improved. We found he could tolerate only scissors and then the machine was used. Great clips near our house stored all the details so even when staff changed he got his haircut according to the specification.
As I had conversation with the hairstylist I found out it was her first day on the job in that salon. At that moment I realized the struggle we had over the years. I remember a status update by a friend, “Never give up, Great things take time, Be patient” Maybe for many a haircut is a simple task but for our family it is a great thing.
By the way over the years we have never attempted to cut his hair. It has always been done in a salon.