|Isn't she lovely?|
|Isn't she won-der-ful?|
|Thank goodness we still have the enormous fridge.|
|Love those appliances|
The current state of affairs actually looks worse than this today. The radiator has been torn out and now there is a big hole in the wall there. Most of the electric blue paint is covered by tinted primer (thanks to Dan and my mom) and we've discovered a layer of dark red behind the fridge. It is not pretty.
We are staying at my parents' house until we have the sink back in working condition. Sharing quarters with my family is proving to be eventful and exciting - even my grandma (Judah's GG) has flown in from Oregon to join in on the fun!
|warm head, fake wisps|
Pictured here is today's attempt at the new bangs. It allows me to wear snuggly hats (being bald is awfully cold) without looking too sickly. There are hairs growing in (both on my head and above my eyes), but they have no color, so they're difficult to see. My tricks are to use mineral pressed powder (thank you to Kaley for introducing me to Jane Iredale makeup), moonglow bronzer and the itty bitty brow kit to pretend my eyebrows are detectable. The lady at the Penn Abramson Cancer Center's Faith & Hope Boutique said that when her hair first started to grow back after chemo, it also had no color. I'm counting down the days for another month from now, when hopefully I will have enough growth for a vegetable-based hair dye. I always wanted to be a redhead.