I ate my wafer...


A. I rearranged half of my schedule today, and now have 15 hours, and no classes on Mondays or Fridays. That's right, four day weekends, every week. Also, I swapped "e-commerce" for "law and religion" which not only cuts my paper load from 3 to 2, the religion class seemed very interesting this afternoon, especially compared to the e-commerce class yesterday morning.

B. I have the longest beard I've ever had at the moment. It itches. When does the itching stop?


  • Around the 2-3 week point, as I recall, depending on how quickly it grows.

    By Blogger Mr. Gugg, at 5:54 PM  

  • I agree, If you are still itching after 3 weeks, you need to be asking a different question.

    Also, it will itch longer if you continue to scratch/rub.

    I use dandruff shampo on my beard and it seems to help during "itching seasons."

    After too much information,

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 6:20 PM  

  • I believe I'm at 2 weeks even at the moment. It does itch somewhat less than before though.

    I've been told that shampoo+conditioner may help?

    By Blogger Bob, at 10:51 PM  

  • Hmmm...at that stage I do remember starting to shampoo the beard as well, and getting some relief from it. But mainly it's just a matter of getting used to it and letting it pass naturally.

    I don't know much about conditioner, though.

    Are you going to post pictures? Perhaps sign up with the National Beard Registry? ;)

    By Blogger Mr. Gugg, at 11:08 PM  

  • I've gone way past the 3 wk. mark on a few occasions and I almost always had itching. Nothing horrible mind you, but it was there. But, I've always had a bit of a dry scalp and just chalked it up to that. I'm all respectable now, though :)

    By Blogger David Talcott, at 11:56 PM  

  • I am in hopes that four day weekends = bob more willing to travel to hillsdale and party.

    am i right?

    By Blogger Heidi C. Morris, at 3:14 AM  

  • I wish I was beutiful like you Bob.

    By Anonymous Jake allen, at 1:11 PM  

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