Wednesday, August 27, 2008


Poppa and Grammy - these smiles are just for you!

Our Dreamer parted with several inches of her blond locks this afternoon, and the Storyteller is sporting a nice neat haircut as well. Never mind that the Momma hasn't had a cut since May ...

Just for your information, Dreamer wanted to send her long locks to Locks of Love again to be made into a wig, but was too impatient to wait for it to grow to the 10" required, BUT we found out that they do take shorter hair, they just sell it to cover the cost of making the wigs for kids with hair loss. She was happy - she is sending about 8" to be sold. A fresh look for the new school year! Yeah!

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  1. Your daughter looks beautiful with her hair cut. :o) How special that she can send her hair off to Locks Of Love. I have a dear friend who is currently undergoing breast cancer treatments. She said she could handle just about anything, until her hair began to fall out.
    Your son has a great hair cut too! I love hair cut days! :o) I know what you mean about not having a hair cut for some time. I am kinda like that. I have had my bangs cut, but leaving the rest alone.
    Sincerely ~ Tricia Anne

  2. Hi Heather,

    Just wanted to stop by since you commented on my blog. Today I have started my "Dinning Room for UNDER $100" and you might enjoy WHY I had to redo the dinning room :)Your daughter is very sweet to donate her hair, you must be raising her right.

    Many Blessings :)

  3. I love her new haircut! And I love it when I hear about young girls donating their locks!!

  4. Bless her heart ..what a great cause... !

    I was thinking of you the other day when my mom's book came out... if you are interested in receiving a copy let me know and I'll get it to you...

  5. Hey found your blog on BATW! I am a homeschool mom in Louisiana. Hope to chat with you! Adding you to my Blog Roll! Much Love from Queen Bee!

  6. I love the new haircut! What a sweet gesture and what a special girl your dreamer must be. I enjoyed visiting your blog! I will come back if you don't mind,

  7. Hi, Heather,
    Your blog is new to me here in TN and I am certainly enjoying it. I think I got it off my daughter's in Alaska.
    Your Dreamer and your Storyteller are precious!

  8. So many new visitors! Welcome! thank you for your kind comments, and for introducing yourselves! I look forward to visiting with you!

  9. Great idea!

    A lot of he children around wher I live got their hair cut for going back to school this week. I am looking out the window now and there isn't a child to be seen!

    Congrats on your awards! I enjoy Heather's blog so must go over and congratulate her too!

    Well done.


  10. Heather,

    Your children look so sweet. What a blessing for your daughter and to others to have her donate her hair. I'm sure it was greatly appreciated!



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