Baring it All! - Going Bald for Cancer Research UK

What would you give to see me lose all my long hair?

Wednesday, November 15, 2006

36 Days - kids ill

Just a quick one today, as the kids aren't well...

I had a visit from my lovely pussy-cat friends Buddy and Finnigan, and they did a really nice thing - they put a post on their blog for all their feline friends to visit! Well, I've had some furry wonderful visitors since then (and since a posting also went on the Cat Blogosphere -with more thanks to Sanjee and the House of the Mostly Black Cats!-) Sanjee and friends also generously made a donation - thanks again cool cats!


  • At November 15, 2006, Blogger Renegade said…

    Nice blog!

    Please visit Renegade's BS

  • At November 16, 2006, Blogger QUASAR9 said…

    Is that your hair unplaited as it is now.
    Trying to figure out which picture you fit today.

    Ok so you got plaited hair which takes several hours to plait.
    But had to cancel plaiting because of the kids letter from school. lol!
    Not so rare - even in this day and age - alas dogs get fleas and worms

  • At November 16, 2006, Blogger QUASAR9 said…

    You know wigmakers would have been all over you, if they'd heard you were chopping off your hair at the root.

    Gosh - you'll look like a certain shaven headed star trek character, or maybe more like a well known pop star or two

  • At November 16, 2006, Blogger QUASAR9 said…

    Hope the kids are better!

  • At November 16, 2006, Blogger Annelisa said…

    Thanks for visiting Renegade...

    Hi Quasar9

    My hair, at this specific point in time, is like it is in the green-faced photo. I usually alternate plaits and hair down in a 4 month cycle (2 up 2 down), but I've missed plaiting it up this last month, what with it being centre of attention, and it being better down to show it in all it's glory.

    However, if I'm going to plait it one last time, there's an urgency about it... I want to have it plaited for a month, then take it down for the last few days (so it's more easily shaved off... :-S )

    The idea of selling to a wigmaker has come up... I've just got to 'get round' to finding one that might want the mop!

    Yep, unfortunately nits and lice are a common problem (esp in primary schools)... That, in itself, doesn't bother me. What bothers me is how often we have to do the bug-busting, because not everyone does it at the same time! :-(

    And I confort myself with the fact that, if I were to find a little creepy crawlie of the scalp-biting kind, they actually prefer clean hair! But it's better not to find any...

    Yes, kids are better today, thanks!


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