It's just hair, right? It's not coming out in clumps, but it is coming out...everywhere! My wonderful stylist Wendi cut it short for me on Friday (see picture below) when I really noticed it coming out (and either she or someone else paid for it...not sure, but she wouldn't take money. She said it was taken care of. Have I mentioned how incredibly touched I am by everyone's generosity???). So now at least there's not long strands everywhere...just short ones.
I still don't know if I'll lose it completely or if it's just thinning. I just wish I knew what it was going to do, because this is very annoying. I am sick of untangling strands from Eva's fingers. If I KNEW I'd lose it, I'd probably just go get it shaved one of these days and start wearing a wig. But Dr. V said it would just thin, that I wouldn't lose it. And Dr. Johnson said I would lose it. So who knows. I hate to even spend this much time blogging about hair. I know that it's not that big of a deal. It grows back. I am being healed from cancer!!! What is hair in comparison with that? But it still is hard. I am committed to being honest with all of my readers, and this is not an exception. I LIKE my hair. Even more than that, I hate the thought of Matt having a bald wife.
Okay, on a happy note, we're looking at houses!! It's so exciting to think that in just a few months we will be homeowners. When I first was diagnosed, this was one thing I was very upset about. I didn't see how we could possibly think about buying a house when the future was so uncertain. But now that I know I am being healed, I have no hesitation about buying a house that we can grow old in together. It makes me so happy.
Also, I have been using my imagination a lot to picture myself well and whole, fully recovered. In doing so, I decided something. Once the doctors declare me cancer free (and I believe this will happen sooner than later) we will have the biggest party EVER! Every single blog reader will be invited, everyone who stayed with me through chemo, hung out with me, cooked a meal, cleaned my house, watched Eva, prayed for me, etc. (I think that means everyone I know and many who I don't know will be invited.) :) And it will be the most grand opportunity to give God the glory for what He has done, for He is my Healer, the giver of life, and I believe that He loves parties!
Alrighty, that's all for now. Have a good day. :)