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Aug 30, 2011

Longlife Profession

There are some people around us who have undergone their professions for many years.

Yesterday, when my husband wanted to have his hair cut, he preferred to choose an old barber who has ever cut his hair since he was a little boy. My husband said that the barber shop still looks the same; but now there’s a small store in the shop that also belongs to him.

Pak Dilla (Mr. Dilla), that’s how my husband calls him, was also his teacher in elementary school many years ago. Pak Dilla undergoes two professions for years; and after he didn’t teach anymore, he still helps people to cut their hair.

The barber profession has been run since 1969. Pak Dilla said that it’s done only for supporting his family’s life. But I can see that he really enjoys the job!

7 komentar:

Mona Sweden August 30, 2011  

Love old barber shops and I love your photo.

Maria @ LSS August 30, 2011  

My boys prefer the barber shop too.

Happy RT!

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chubskulit August 30, 2011  

Wow, the barber must love his job very much, you have to have a passion to do that for a long time.

anne August 30, 2011  

Wow, napakanostalgic naman, I am sure they are good buddies as well mine is up I hope you can visit thanks Anne’s Sweet Life

Kim, USA August 31, 2011  

Just like any men, my hubby, brother and now my nephew likes their barber very much than the hair saloon we women likes to go hehe. Something in the barbershop that men all around the world has in common. Thanks for the visit!

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Mel Cole August 31, 2011  

i am touched of his hardwork. :) i also cut my husband hair though.

Ann August 31, 2011  

I just trimmed a bit of my front fringe, because I don't want to pay a full $25 to my hair dresser.

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