Time for a Hat

I have to either let my hair grow longer, or start wearing a hat.

For the second week in a row, I winced as I combed my hair on Sunday morning. It took a moment before I finally realized the top of my head was sunburned, because my hair has thinned enough to allow the sun through.

Another sign of aging. Not one I expected, of course.

The positive side to this?  I was in the sun all day because I was busy coaching both of my daughter’s — age 7 and 9 — soccer teams. Wins in both cases, too.

The coaching keeps me young.

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About Michael Withiam
Michael Withiam is a communicator and a leader, all of which he applies to his life as a writer, editor, journalist, business executive, community volunteer, and teacher. You can learn more about Michael by reading his full bio on this blog, visiting his LinkedIn and Facebook profiles, or by contacting him directly.

2 Responses to Time for a Hat

  1. Well, if you have to lose something …

    There’s many a man has more hair than wit.
    William Shakespeare

    Good to see you posting again, Michael. 🙂

    Like

  2. Well, if you have to lose something ….

    There’s many a man has more hair than wit.
    William Shakespeare

    🙂 Better your hair than your wits. 😉 Good to see you posting again Michael.

    Like

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