Wednesday, October 21, 2009

me and my dad - matching hairstyles



really, my hair has started growing back, you just can't see it in the picture...

13 comments:

  1. That first hair "do" after chemo is pretty exciting! You're looking good! My hair is barely half an inch long now but I'm loving it!

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  2. I think that the two of you look beautiful, hair or no hair! It's your heart that matters, and you have a good one! Blessings to you ... and to your dad! ;)

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  3. What a wonderful sense of humor you have Beth. You look beautiful and happy. (((Hugs)))

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  4. Oh my gosh you both look so cute!! Love it!!

    Alli xx

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  5. what a great picture!! love it! you look beautiful.

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  6. What a fabulous photograph to have - for both of you. I'll bet people have told you before that you look like your dad...but when you are this similar in appearance you really see how alike you are...and that is a gift of chemo...with hair you wouldn't have seen it this clearly.

    The first hair coming in after chemo -- it's such a thrill...and it's never what you expect!!! Now I know you are looking forward to that first hair cut and it will come sooner than you think!! ♥

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  7. I actually can see your hair. My hair is long enough to style and to blowdry. I don't think I'll ever get over the pleasure of that little morning ritual.

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  8. Your lovely smile! I believe you about the hair though. Mine seemed to thicken up before it started to grow, I loved feeling my head and finding the new follicles bursting through

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  9. You have a smile, that no one can forget!!!!! and a heart, of gold, no hair style ever matters who you really are, but you look awesome, great picture of you and your Dad!!!!!
    Hugs, from us both

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  10. You look great-and you do look like your dad (who looks fabulous-btw). BUT...please don't grow the goatie and moustache!

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  11. Asha is obviously no where close to 50 years old.

    Signed,

    'she who waxes'

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  12. Hello Beth!

    I wanted to let you know about an interesting cancer blog a group of cancer patients have been working on.

    A fellow tongue cancer patient was sent home to die. There was nothing more that can be done. Cancer survivors ask him life altering questions.

    Please read: http://beyondtheglassdoor.blogspot.com

    Peace B

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