You're only as good as your last haircut. -- Susan Lee
When I first moved to the Memphis area over 30 years ago, I would occasionally drive through this small, friendly town. There were only about a thousand people living there and it seemed so far from the city. After my wife and I married and started our family we were looking for a nice, friendly community in which to raise our daughters, so we moved to that little town. It had grown to 9,000 people by then. That was 20 years ago. Today our little town has over 50,000 people and still growing. One really cool thing about our town is the square. It has been kept small, quaint, and nostalgic. We enjoy walking around the square, listening to music at the pavilion, shopping and dining. Once a month I get my hair cut at the little 3-chair barbershop on the square, which reminds me of Floyd's Barbershop on the Andy Griffith Show. The guy in the picture above is Ean, one of the barbers there.