We, in the government service do not receive monetary compensation for overtimes. In return for the overtime services rendered, we are excused from reporting for work with full pay and benefits in lieu of the overtime pay, this is termed as Compensatory Time-Off. Last Monday (April 8), being a “sandwich day” mi clever esposo filed his compensatory time-off. He might have been excused from his duties in the office but not with the household. That day he was the house’s handyman. He fixed the closet door’s handle, installed the electronic mosquito repellent, fixed the ballast of the dining room’s light and replaced the maid room’s bulb. He even cooked for diner. Hehe But what surprised me that night was the hairdo of Uno. He styled it into 1-length cut. Tadaa!
He is the official haircutter of our girl (the only, actually). I think he has hair fixation,
But seriously, I wouldn’t trust Uno’s hair to anybody. Cutting toddler’s hair is very challenging and requires a lot of patience and care. Only a doting parent can perform this with outmost diligence. I’m sure our girl could proudly say: “Only Tatay touches my hair, ...”