Hair today, gone tomorrow

Congratulations to my husband for shaving his head to support the fight against cancer. He looks pretty great, doesn’t he?

Thanks for the support.

Randy’s St. Baldrick’s Donation Page

Update–The video:

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I blog about trying to get out of my comfort zone, completing 101 things in 1001 days (and beyond), and writing my memoirs. My book: Timid No More.
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10 Responses to Hair today, gone tomorrow

  1. There is absolutely no way my Hubby would do that. He supports the fight against cancer, but he’s just too… metro.
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  2. Rahmath says:

    He looks great. But to tell the truth, his happy smile totally attracts your attention, hair or no hair. He looks like such a happy person. God bless him ….and you….. and the boys… 🙂
    Have a great day!

  3. That’s awesome! He looks great with a shaved head (I actually like it better) 😀
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  4. Very brave thing to do – and what a wonderful cause!
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  6. Haikhal says:

    Hello Marcy, its a great effort on behalf of your husband. this is an old post but i was wondering if I could use your husband picture in a poster for a cancer support event called ‘go balder’ at my sister university in Malaysia in an effort to make people do this to help make cancer children feel more secure. thank you. – Haikhal ( Malaysia)

    • Marcy says:

      Sure, you may use it. Good luck with the event. Could you share a link or the poster with me when the time comes? We’d love to see it.

  7. Haikhal says:

    Hello! thank you for the permission and reply 🙂 here’s the link to the poster I designed:

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