Wednesday, 7 October 2009

Hair today, Gone tomorrow.

Yesterday was hair cut day, it's been due for awhile now, a loooong while.
But I have had a reason for wanting it to get as long as possible over the last couple of years, so I've left it and left it until finally I felt it was time.

So yesterday, it was cut, all 20" of it.
Leaving me feeling alittle light-headed and abit chilly round the neck but it was worth it.


My hair is being sent here, The Little Princess Trust, to be made into wigs for children who have lost their hair due to cancer treatments.
I feel very proud and honoured that my hair will be used in this way and as always with these things I do, I do them with love for my daughter Emma Joan in my heart, may her 39 minutes on this Earth touch many lives, letting her memory live on.

16 comments:

Charlotte said...

How wonderful! Your kindness has bought a tear to my eye!

Charlotte xx

Claire said...

What a wonderful gift. My eyes are watering too!

sue said...

Oh my, what a beautiful gift xx

Hazel said...

Truly Amazing.xxx

Michelle said...

That is such a beautiful thing to do in memory of your daughter. It's got me thinking about my own waist length hair too.

Karen said...

Me too Michelle! When I get my hair cut, I get my hair cut!!!! I always wondered about somewhere like this. Shall have a think...

Jacqui said...

I thought you had such lovely hair when we met a few months ago. What a beautiful thing to do and there will be some gorgeous princesses walking around soon. xxx

Arlenkern74 said...

beautiful and so kind x x much love xx

Primavera said...

you're fantastic,honestly. what an amazing, amazing thing to do.

Kelly said...

You are an incredible person!

Liz said...

An amazing and generous thing to do x

Roof said...

Oh goodness - what a truly special thing to do, and what a way to honour your daughter. Tears hear too, xxx

Michelle said...

I forgot to say earlier, thank you for the giveaway prizes. Been a bit hectic here so forgot to message you. They were lovely. Thanks

shell said...

What a beautiful thing to do xxxxx

Tammy said...

Oh Smile Lady, this is beautiful. What a sweet gesture, what a lovely way to remember & honor Emma Joan.

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We Are Not Typical - WANT said...

thank you for the inspiration, i will do the same