Where is my hairbrush?

The mind is an interesting thing. I first heard The Hairbrush Song from the VeggieTales videos more than fifteen years ago. It came back into my mind a few months ago, and why I can’t stop thinking about it is anybodies guess.

One would think that the precious, sometimes fleeting, brain cells in my head could be put to better use. But no, I walk around humming “Oh where is my hairbrush?” day after day. It’s a cute song and it makes me smile, so I guess it’s okay.

This picture is my little Chelsea after a bath during the blow-dry section of the grooming routine. She looks like she could use a hairbrush, doesn’t she?!


I’m a writer, reader, and creative. I thought by now I’d have things figured out, but I keep coming up with more questions. I think that’s okay. I’m here most mornings pondering ordinary things and the thin places where faith intersects.
  1. I hate it when a song gets stuck in my head for days!

    We have Delta Dental Plan and everytime I hear that name I start singing "Delta Dawn"!

    Cute pooch!

  2. She looks like she enjoyed the whole procedure. She looks almost sleepy and contented.
    Blessings, Star

  3. I have songs stuck in my head all the time, since I practice singing every day. It's when I put my head down to go to sleep and I'm singing inside my head that it drives me whacky.the doggie is adorable.

  4. That reminds me that I planned to give our border collie a bath this a.m. Still trying to get her hair in the back under control before she gets all matted! Your dog is so cute!

  5. Oh, I was so there! Only my song went like this:

    Pollywog in a bog
    Someday you'll be a frog,
    sitting on a hollow log,
    Pollywog in a bog.

    Every morning for days on end it was the first thought I had. Cute, but frustrating!

  6. Nice and clean. Always nice when it comes to our dogs, yes?

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