Q:What did the bald guy say when he was given a comb? A: “Thanks, I’ll never part with it”
Here’s a funny song this lady made up:
When I was on chemo in 2011 and my hair was falling out in copious amounts after the first infusion, I asked one of my daughters to buzz cut it for me which was empowering. We did it together on vacation with my husband and kids supporting me through the tears and laughter. I lost nearly all my hair every where on my body that time (except I still had to shave my legs which was a kicker!)
My oncologist told me that on the chemo regimen that I was on this time that I might not lose all my hair, it might just thin out. I got it cut very short when a lot of it started dropping out and it did thin considerably. I am grateful though to have been able to keep about 1/8 – 1/4th of what I used to have and I’m glad I didn’t buzz cut it this time. I consider what I have left, my head start on a new head of hair. There are areas that you can see through to the scalp but it is starting to grow back now which is a blessing. I’ve been trying to have a little fun with this baldness thing by sporting a variety of looks with a couple wigs in different colors and styles and using pretty scarves and hats when I’m out. At home, I’m usually “as is”.
🙂 You might enjoy this commercial that my friend Jacque shared with me (I did,thanks Jacque!):
Even the very hairs of your head are all numbered! (Matthew 10:30)
Thanking God from Whom all blessings flow, including the gift of hair,