Sometimes, You Get A Wild Hair

And I get a lot of them.

But really, I shouldn’t be so selfish with my wild hairs.

Because Pantene beautiful lengths can use it for people that lost all their wild hairs fighting cancer.  Too many people in my life have lost that battle recently.  So in honor of Donna, Pat, and little Madison, I’m sending this off to Pantene Beautiful Lengths.

Wanna see the back?

FarmDad doesn’t like it, but he likes why I did it.  Others loved it.  I have to admit, I enjoyed the shock value of walking up the drive-way into a group of people that almost didn’t recognize me.  I did this just before leaving town for Blogorado.  Actually, we hit the road immediately from the salon.  Tom of Color Correction Salon cracked up that we showed up with the car all packed.  Tom has been cutting my hair since I was 16.  He’s awesome and enjoys the dramatic as much as I do.  This is not the first time I’ve chopped this much off at once.  Always gets shocked gasps from the room.  And hey, who doesn’t want to drop a few pounds before seeing old friends 😉

Work should be fun tomorrow.  Only a few co-workers read the blog.

Remember folks, it’s breast cancer awareness month.  My boob smash day is this Thursday.  I am giving my hair for chemo patients.  What are you doing?

18 thoughts on “Sometimes, You Get A Wild Hair”

  1. Snazzy! 🙂

    Several years ago, I gave up having long hair and when I got it cut off I donated it to a similar organization that makes wigs for kids who have lost their hair due to illness.

    Feels different having short hair, doesn’t it?

  2. Nice going Jennifer. When I still wore a blue suit I used to go to the Buzz the Fuzz event in San Francisco to get my head shaved for charity. It was great fun. I applaud you for your gift.

  3. Bless your heart. My wife was just diagnosed with breast cancer. As soon as we return to Oklahoma, in two weeks, she starts wtih the cancer doctor. All found due to her annual mamagram.

    This really sucks. Things like this “happen to other people” not us. We’ll do whatever is necessary to take care of this. I’m not ready to live by myself after all these years.

  4. ZOMG noooo!!!

    I mean – I appreciate that it’s for a good cause. That’s awesome, and if I ever cut mine, I’d donate it too.

    Then again, I think my wife would kill me if I ever cut my hair.

  5. My wife does this about every three years. Step-mom is a breast cancer survivor and I totally dig it.

    P.S. It’s like getting a new wife every three years.

  6. I do that every few years myself, always scares the heck out of someone I forgot to warn that I was cutting my hair, but even the folks I warn usually do a doubletake.

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