Sunday, March 13, 2011

Unveiling the head

But first, a question:

Say you have a horrible headache and you hold out at church as long as you can, but then just before Sunday School starts, you decide to go home before you burst into tears. What do you do if you're driving down King Street and you suddenly have to throw up? There is literally nowhere to pull over, and even if you did, you're the driver and you'd be opening your door and throwing up into traffic. Or some random driveway. The only alternative I could think of was to keep driving... and so I just threw up into my skirt. I cried. I laughed. I mean, what else do you do with the ridiculousness of your life?

No pictures of that event. But I do have pictures of my growing hair. It might make you throw up. I encourage you to use something other than your skirt.

I think this was 2 weeks ago...
Today...


The exciting news is... it's GROWING! Like spring! right?

14 comments:

Laurel said...

oh that head!
That beautiful full-of-faith head.

I love it.

(and holy spring, batman! It's GROWING! YAY!)

um, I get to see you in like 4 days...yay for that too.

xoxo

Artsy Aut said...

Just ask Julie about throwing up on King St! You are in good company. Sorry about the skirt, hopefully it wasnt a favorite :)

The Wyler Family said...

yay! it is growing! looks good. :)

Jen H. said...

You are beautiful, Jenny! Hair or no hair. Or little fuzzy hair.

Sheila said...

I think it looks great! You're gonna find that being a brunette is so awesome. :) Yay for hair and washing machines.

Laurie, the girls and Scott said...

It's spring all right. What a looker! Oooooh!

Jason said...

love how dark it is!

Meggen said...

Jenny, you are beautiful through and through! How I love you and your lovely new hair! ;o)

Annie H. said...

Wow, it's so dark!! And I never realized this before, but you and Ben have some similar features - I am pretty sure you guys have the same chin. Awesome!

amy smart said...

You look fabulous, Jenny! You remind me of NieNie - your faith outshines everything and makes you stunning. I mean that sincerely.

Also, I just want to let you know that I threw-up yesterday as well, purely as a show of solidarity for you, sister.

M said...

FABULOUS 'DO!!

D'Arcy said...

I love those photos! And I have had to throw up in my car once too--I think I did it in my purse as I was worried I'd never get the smell out of my car. Now that I think about it, my lap would have been a MUCH better idea.

Emily said...

Someone's gonna be sporting a cute pixie cut soon, I think! :)

Lisa said...

I LOVE your hair! After chemo, mine came back in white. Well, it had probably been white for a long time, but I've been coloring so long I didn't realize it!