Tom loves going to the barber, even though it's a 50-mile round-trip. He doesn't complain about me going to the nail salon, and I don't about his monthly trips to the barber shop.
She knew about everybody's family and how each man wanted his hair cut. But her work didn't stop with a haircut.
For guys over fifty, this is kind of a big deal (under 50, your turn is coming). She also trimmed ear and nose hair. Can you believe that? AND, if she noticed tension in the neck, she threw in a few minutes with the handheld neck massager.
No wonder Tom is more than willing to make the trek every month! Every man I watched walking out of the barber shop walked out with a smile.
With the greatest of ease, Tom's barber had shared a holy moment with each customer with witty conversation, and going above and beyond with the service she gave.
Holy moments are everywhere if only we take the time to look and listen. Where have you noticed a holy moment this week, Dear Reader?