Tuesday, September 20, 2011

1st Hair Cut

I also had another milestone in my cancer journey....I got my first Hair Cut.  My sweet friend Chris cut it for me and it was a special moment.  Its been almost 2 years since I've had my hair cut and I will say you don't appreciate things like a simple hair cut until you dont' have the hair to cut.  It's a small victory in the battle but you celebrate the small things and that is what I try to do. I am so thankful for sweet friends that will take the time out of their day to give a simple, yet amazing hair cut. The one thing I thank god the most for is having the ability to roll down the window on nice fall days, turn my music up, and let the wind hit my HAIR and not care that's its gonna mess it up.  God can teach you so much from the little things in life if we just take the time to listen :)
My Friend Chris and I

My Attempt At Trying to Show my Hair Cut

10 comments:

Jade said...

Yay! You are so cute!

Cora from Hidden Riches said...

Just too cute!!!! I love it! And I know the feelings, girl! It seemed that it took so long to go from baby-bottom bald to having something worth cutting. It was an emotional day for me, and I'll never forget that moment. It seemed to be the first of moments when I actually felt it was "over."
I looked at all those hats and caps and was finally able to put them all away. I'm so happy for you!!!!! Wish I could give you a great big hug right now!!!

Jackie (Dash) said...

looks cute, cockpit!! thinking of you always.

Amy Welch said...

what!? you got your first haircut without me!?!? I should have been invited; I would have kept some in a ziplock baggie for all my life :)

just like a proud momma; I love you babe!

LENG said...
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LENG said...

You are so adorable! God bless you!

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Its looks cute,and its a interesting story.

LENG said...

You look so adorable! I am so happy for you!

Donna Ward said...

Sarah I've been praying for you since hearing of this latest cancer threat from Stephani. Although we've only met briefly a couple of years ago at the Komen walk as a part of Stephani's team. I feel I know you. I so admire your courage and those of us who have been through it know it's not easy but you just keep on keeping on no matter what. Your a beautiful young lady and God has great things in store for you. Donna Ward ♥

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