Anyway, today, I reluctantly cut it short. Really short. Like my 7 year old son and I are twins now short. It's really cute, it's a cute cut and my friend, Julie (shoutout to Julie - woot!) did an amazing job and was so good to me! I like it. I really do like it. But I didn't want it. And even though everyone really likes it, I still don't think it's something I would choose for myself. Maybe when I'm older...
My husband says he likes it but I'm pretty sure he's just saying this because pretty soon I'm going to be bald and having some hair is still preferable to having no hair. My Mom loves it and wants me to have it like this all the time. My kids said that I'm beautiful.
It's just not ME.
In the meantime, I continue to spend time poring over hats and scarves to decide what my bald head "style" will be. Last night, while going through a catalog that specializes in hats, scarves and wigs for mastectomy/cancer patients - I noticed that all the wigs have names. Women's names. I found this highly amusing. Who comes up with these names? Who says, "Oh, this wig is definitely named Lucy?!" I want this job!
Wig Namer. I could do that.
I started looking at all of the choices and I was highly amused by the many that I found that share names with friends of mine. I think many of you will enjoy this trip down Wig Lane:
|The Viki Wig!|
|The Beth Wig!|
|The Julie Wig!|
|The Renee Wig!|
Sadly, this catalog had NO LAURA WIGS! I was completely insulted! But, don't worry, because I was able to find a "Laura wig" online:
It's my favorite, of course!
(Oh, and if you notice that my eyes are a little swollen in the picture - I just had a minor eye surgery on Tuesday to remove some spots on my eyelids that have been bothering me. My eyes are still swollen. Don't worry, I didn't get into a bar fight or anything - really!)