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Today my mom and I went and tried on wings. I really don’t see myself wearing a wig at all once I loose my hair. I like the idea of scarves and hats over wigs that to me look fake. My Mom made a good point that if I just want to run out to the grocery store and wasn’t in place that I felt totally safe being myself, a wig and hat might be a good idea. The local American Caner Society gives free wigs to cancer patients, so we thought checking them out couldn’t hurt.

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My mom spent so much time, digging through so many wigs. Surprisingly there was a lot of shade of reds. When I started seeing my head with no hair, I didn’t like. I didn’t like how I looked. Telling this to my mom she gave me a big hug and told me I was being so brave. I’m not sure how I didn’t start crying right there but I didn’t. Just carried on to finish the task at hand, this is just something I had to do. We picked out the closest we could find length and color wise to my hair (it’s darker and more red than my real hair and no bangs, so really nothing like it) They had some scarf/hats that we took as well, so we can see what works for me best once that’s my reality. Im just glad shopping for wig is checked off the to-do list.

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You ARE so beautiful, and so brave. Those things will remain true, hair or no. Love you!

April 2, 2013 7:21 pm

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