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My sis used to work for the American Cancer Society, my aunt is a breast cancer survivor, and my MIL is a lymphoma cancer survivor. Your Hair story just made me smile. Hub wants my hair long at this late stage of life with lots of unnatural color streaks. I can't wait until it is long enough to pony tail on the top of my head. Then I will pop a Pebbles bow in it just to irritate him. He had long hair when we met, and now wears the exec look. I like him either way. He'll end up with the Imus look in his old age complete with the "I'm a Cowboy,baby" hat. As long as I don't have to wear boots...............although they come in handy when riding a horse. Nice horse. Cute rider. Go Baylor.
I got at least a foot, more like a foot and a half cut off. It's a little longer than shoulder length right now. I'll get a good pic soon and post it here. It took some getting used to, but I like it the more I work with it. And the more I learn how to use the flat iron. Wish me luck!
So where did you end up donating your hair to? Locks of Love? Wigs for Kids? Beautiful Lengths? How many inches were chopped? I'm still growing out my hair to donate again. I can't bring myself to have hair shorter than the top of my shoulders, so I grow out more than necessary. I was starting to get aggravated with my hair, but I just needed a trim and I feel much better about it. Long hair can get into so many things. Come November though, I'll be joining you in enjoying taking a weight off my mind.
A bit, yes. And it's great walking into work and watching people's eyes pop out. I've gotten kind of a reputation for long hair, so this was the last thing a lot of people expected.
Doesn't it feel cool when you turn your head to the left and then to the right really fast?