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Krisspi saves the day!

Updated: Dec 6, 2019

My daughter and I were out shopping. It had been a long day, and I wanted to rest and have something to drink, but my daughter was not ready to stop yet. My niece was getting married the following month, and we had planned to finish all our shopping for clothes and shoes that day. By the look of things, it did not seem like that would be possible. We had already spent hours, and my daughter was still looking. She had not yet found anything she liked enough to wear for the wedding. I sighed. I told my daughter that I needed a break and I would wait for her at a restaurant nearby. She agreed.

I walked to the restaurant and sat down. It was such a relief to get my feet off the ground because they were aching. My daughter was a fussy shopper. As I sat there, I began to look around, and I saw a young lady sitting a short distance away from me with an excellent haircut. I could not help but stare at her. She caught me looking at her, so I decided to go and tell her why I was staring so that it would not be uncomfortable for us both. I asked if I could join her. She agreed reluctantly. Then I told her that I had been admiring her haircut. I had a wedding to attend soon, and I would be happy to know where she got such a lovely hairdo. She blushed. Then she mentioned Krisspi. She said that we would not have to visit the parlor. We could get a haircut on-demand, anywhere we liked. I thanked her and went back to my table. Then I contacted the hairdresser and planned a date for our haircuts.

When I told my daughter about it, she was overjoyed. It was amazing to be able to get a good haircut in the comfort of your home and on the date that you want it.


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