Now let's not judge Mullet Lady too harshly. She just got stuck in The Rut. And if I maintain the style I had in my early 20s, I will be Mullet Lady in 10 years. I could easily end up in someone's blog post about terrible fashion. Maybe I've already done so, and don't even know it. (But that's the topic of a fear-mongering post for another day.)
This exact fear is what drove Kris to get his hair cut. He's been complaining the last little while about looking like a doof. A doofy dad who's gotten stuck in The Rut. Kris has had the same "hairstyle" (sorry, honey, the quotation marks were kind of necessary), in various lengths, for as long as I've known him. So, I made him an appointment at a nice salon downtown for last night.
So he went in, and upon being asked to remove his hat, Kris said, "Are you ready for a laugh?!" The stylist replied that it couldn't be that bad. He removed the hat. She howled with laughter at the messy poof of hair that had been hiding in the safety of the ball cap, and then told him that she'd seen worse. I guess that's a relief. Long story short, Kris came home with a smile on his face, and an awesome new look. I love it. My husband is super hot. He was hot before, but now he's hot and stylish. (Because I'm sure women who's partners have mullets think they're hot too. But stylish? Mmm... maybe not.)
So, here's to another step out of The Rut.