Shave your head ... not a burr or spikey ... I mean shave it all the way off. Now get the tweezers and pluck ALL your eyebrows and eyelashes OUT. See how you look ... these are the cosmetic challenges of a chemo patient. We are blessed to have The Center who offers these very important classes.
|Above: One of the speakers. Lady in green shirt|
is Alice. She does the makeup class.
|Above: The precious lady in the orange shirt is Carolyn. |
She's a lead volunteer and the sweetest woman.
|Above: The tables are set up in horse shoe fashion. |
The ladies on the outside of the horse shoe are the
patients ... I like to call them survivors. The ladies
on the inside of the horse shoe are their supporters/
|This class was very large. So glad they come out|
and take advantage of the classes that the The
Center offers ... not glad that the reason they
are there is breast cancer.
|Above: Lady in white lab coat is our sweet|
Helena. She came in and gave us all a hug.
|Above: Precious lady/survivor/friend/fellow|
|Above: Volunteers grabbing a bite before|
the class begins.
|Above: Beautiful Alice helping the precious|
|Above: Here's our sweet sassy Pam. She|
is the nurse navigator at The Center and
puts this class together.
|Above: And there are always drawings. The lady who won|
is truly beautiful and so sweet. This is a wall hanging ...
What Cancer Cannot Do.
|Above: Volunteers ... one and all. Ms. Janell was busy and|
about and missed the picture.
|Above: I left both of these pics on because some of us|
blurred in each. I look like I was posing with my arm
back ... NOT. I was holding the back of the chair.
|Above: Napkins ...|
IF YOU LOVE THEM ... CHECK THEM.
This is SOOOOOO important.