Shaving With Benjamin

Hello Friends!

There is a unique displeasure to cutting yourself shaving. The face is designed to heal quickly, but bleed profusely. Me, I shave every day, but sometimes I fail the mission and let slip the razor.

At that moment, blood is everywhere and hurriedly you finish the shaving, risking additional cuts. 

Little pieces of toilet paper assist in quick clotting and save the day. But you know in this time of “hardship” the shelves are devoid of the product.

I am not one prone to panic, but this is what it feels like during the incident.

Have a beautiful Sunday Friends and stay blessed!

Author: The Storyteller

Benjamin Thiel is a husband, father, correctional professional and author of The Ongoing Tale at Brothers Campfire. His favorite quote is "Don't count the lions. It will make you afraid and slow you down."

33 thoughts on “Shaving With Benjamin”

      1. When you have the spirit to fight, you can turn anything into a weapon. You can turn the hands of a malnourished child to an unbreakable sword!

        Haha! I am in the mood to write a war story.

    1. What if the evil king takes away the malnourished child’s food so he has nothing to eat, and you help him overthrow the king and start maybe a democracy? In that case the child will eventually have enough food.
      Can I call that a win-win?

  1. For the couple years, I shave with water not shaving cream. I rarely cut myself, only slightly when I use a new razor.

    When I used shaving cream I would cut myself weekly.

    Just my experience is all I can say!

      1. By the way! I’m 78+ but look closer to 60 or less per everyone, including doctors, who meet me for the first time! Little or no facial wrinkles for sure!

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