Saturday, August 21, 2010

New 'do


I decided, after talking to a friend that has gone through the same treatment, to chop my hair off. This is only the second time in my life that I have had short hair. I know it really isn't that short (although it is to my standards!), but I'm not that gutsy when it comes to my hair. I wanted to just do it though because my hair is going to start thinning a lot and there's nothing worse than long, straggly-looking hair! Hopefully it will help me feel some control in things! :)

8 comments:

JulieB said...

Christina, I just found out about your cancer from a comment Trisha made on FB. You are such an inspiration. Here is one more person praying for you and your family! Julie (Ricks) Brown

Julie said...

Love the new hair cut. You look amazing. I'm so glad you have started a blog to write about your journey overcoming cancer. I'll be a follower for sure :) you are such an inspiration to me!!! I'm constantly thinking and praying for you. Xoxoxo
so glad to hear some good news too :)

brent said...

I think it looks beautiful. I love this blog. It is really wonderful. I am always wishing we could talk more so this is a great way to keep in touch with you. Brent and I love you and your boys very much. Xoxo.
Ashley

Kauti Nicholls said...

the hair looks great, I love it! keep on keepin' on! :)

Jenson Family said...

I LOVE the new 'do. You have always had great hair. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your darling family.
Jodi

Charlene said...

Love the do and you look great!

Tifini said...

Cute! Of course I am a bit biased to short hair :-). So inspired by your willingness to share your story with this blog. You are amazing and always in my mind/prayers. Love you!
Tifini

Lisa said...

You are one of those people who is beautiful with a bandana on your head in the hospital -- you radiate love and beauty and I'm so glad our paths have crossed, even if it is melanoma that made the connection ... thinking of you and wishing you strengh. I had a very dear friend who referenced every day as "the best day of his life" because he was alive. Here's to the best day of your life and even brighter days ahead. Hang in there, Lisa B.