Six months ago I walked in to a salon in Cleveland, Ohio to have all of my hair cut off and my head shaved. I’ve done a lot of scary or intimidating things in my life, but I don’t know if I’ve ever been more scared than I was that morning. I was physically shaking.
If you are new to the blog, you may not know that I used to have a lot of hair. In September I shaved my head to raise money for children’s cancer research through St. Baldrick’s Foundation. I raised money and donated my hair to Wigs for Kids. (See that post here.) When people hear
Today was the day! If you’ve been following along, you know that I have been fundraising for children’s cancer research through St. Baldrick’s Foundation. This morning I went to the salon (Dino Palmieri) with 3 very good friends, for the experience of a lifetime. Lisa and Maureen were the photographers, and Michael was a fellow hair
I didn’t used to take pictures of my food. It was not a common practice of mine. I guess this whole thing has changed a lot about me. There is a restaurant/bar on the first floor of the apartment building I’m staying in. They don’t have double cheeseburgers on the menu, but they put
How did you stand up to cancer today? This month? I will be shaving my head on the 18th to raise money and awareness for childhood cancer. Donate Here. Then reward yourself with a Milkshake. We went to this place that turns a cupcake into a Milkshake. It was crazy. And delicious.