Hairathon

June 2, 2008 — 4 Comments

One thing I’ve been consistent in…is that my hairstyles have never been consistent. Some guys have had the same cut since 5th grade. I’ve had five different types of cuts in one grade. I dunno. I guess I get easily bored.

I remember growing my hair out a couple years back and someone asked our Lead Pastor if he minded my long hair. He replied, “It really doesn’t matter what I think, he’ll get tired of it and change before you know it.” I must say he knows me well.

Tonight I was running through a file (mind you, one small computer folder file) with random photos and amusingly noticed how many different hairstyles I’ve had within a short period of time. Feel free to laugh…

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Yancey Arrington

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Lover of All Things Texas. Acts 29 Network Fan. Redemption Hound. Teaching Pastor at Clear Creek Community Church in League City, Texas. Author of TAP: Defeating the Sins That Defeat You.

4 responses to Hairathon

  1. I didn’t notice your hair because of your incredibly perfect white teeth. You’re a superstar man!

  2. Gucci Little Piggy June 3, 2008 at 4:54 am

    Too funny! You’ve reminded me I’m in need of a good whitening. My last one was about six years ago. Hey, by the way, thanks for leading at my church. Once again our people felt really blessed by it.

  3. Dude, the last thing you need is a good whitening. You couldn’t be more white, just like me. BTW, go with the fro on the far right. It’s definitely your best look. Or better yet, just listen to your wife. She should make all those decisions for you, since she is the only one who matters.

  4. SurrenderedMan July 2, 2008 at 5:07 am

    Scarey,mannn…Verrry Scarey. Kidding bro,as you know. I love your passion and humor,and penchant for change. It’s what makes you..wel..umm..Yancey. :O)

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