I’ve Always Loved Hair


I Was George Washington

Gilbert Stuart's 1796 oil on canvas portrait of George Washington on display at Washington's National Portrait Gallery.  (AP Photo) Gilbert Stuart’s 1796 oil on canvas portrait of George Washington on display at Washington’s National Portrait Gallery. (AP Photo)

I’ve always loved hair. Hair color is important. Hair length is important. Hair on top of your head is important. It was important when I was George Washington and it’s important today. Very important. Extremely important.

When I was George I had really great red hair. It made me stand out. I already stood out because I was so tall. And when I stood up and had that red hair on the top of head I was tall and noticeable. Everyone noticed me. Everybody. People said so. Lots of people said they noticed me.

But back then we had a custom. It was a good custom, a little messy. But still, a custom is a custom and who am I to argue with a custom that’s a little messy but that…

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About eslkevin

I am a peace educator who has taken time to teach and work in countries such as the USA, Germany, Japan, Nicaragua, Mexico, the UAE, Kuwait, Oman over the past 4 decades.
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