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Hi again Angie. I know what you mean about being ready. This whole journey came about because I was ready to change my hairstyle. I have been wearing dreads since 2001 and I have wanted a change, but once I was diagnosed with CCCA I realized my options were limited. It's hard--I think dreadlocks are beautiful, and they very much suit me, but sadly mine are no longer beautiful, or at least not up to their former glory. I have known this for some time. I have never wanted to be someone who was trying to hold onto my hair, which is why I have decided to cut them despite the fact that I could still probably cover my bald spots for another year or so. I haven't had straight hair since I was in junior high! That will be the biggest change of all, but I will see how wearing a wig goes before I experiment with being bald. Thank you again for listening and blazing a trail. :)
Angie: I love your pictures. Your hair before you shaved is pretty much exactly what mine looks like now, and I too have been relegated to wearing my dreads in a ponytail for years. I am cutting them next week! I feel a mixture of anger, sadness, fear, and excitement. Thank you for being here and sharing yourself with those of us with CCCA who are new to this journey.
Hello Angie...I am your neighbor I guess, I too live in Pearland. Did the Alopecians in Houston every get together as a group? Very interested.
I hope you had a good flight home.
It was so wonderful seeing & meeting you at the conference you are a very special lady & once again I am so proud & pleased to not only call you friend but Alopecian Sister.
Yeah, I'm fine, thanks - not been on here that much meself. Life is still unintentionally hilarious... a friend gave me some extra RAM for my computer a short while back, and as I was leaving, I said (without thinking) "Thanks for the memory".... *sigh* Sometimes I terrify myself.
How's you, anyway? Still the cynical, bitter, twisted old hag you always were? ... which is why I like you so much? :) xxx
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