Too Close To Home!

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Bald

Bald self

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22 Responses to Too Close To Home!

  1. I don’t have as much hair as I used to either. I think it’s funny. It sure does dry a lot faster than it used to. πŸ™‚
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  2. Looney says:

    Trying to picture you with a 1970 style haircut, but can’t quite succeed.
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  3. Grannymar says:

    You are not bald, you just have more face to wash!

    Maybe you would prefer a Mohawk Hairstyle: https://www.pinterest.com/satanboy/mohawk-hairstyle/
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  4. Big John says:

    β€œBaldies of the World unite ! You have nothing to lose …”… With apologies to Karl Marx. … πŸ™‚
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  5. Gwen says:

    I used to have really thick hair. Then menopause happened. So I feel your pain. LOL

    New follower here. πŸ™‚

  6. shackman says:

    well that’s certainly not an issue for me. πŸ™‚
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  7. nick says:

    Never had crazy hair days when I was at school. In those much more conservative days, a parting and severely flattened hair was the norm. Only famous eccentrics had crazy hair. Even later on, my only hair experiment was growing it to John Lennon length. Then I got bored with that and cut it short again.
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  8. tammy j says:

    i used to have to have my hair thinned even!
    not now.
    not bald but so much thinner!
    i like bald. as long as it’s like you. don’t like those who comb a couple of long locks across their head. that’s just weird!
    yul brynner made bald handsome. and then bruce willis came along and cinched it!
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  9. Mother says:

    Yep! Sometimes it’s hard being judged by what is instead of what was. Luckily, we ease into the changes…
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  10. Cathy in NZ says:

    by choice i now have a buzz cut – clippers set at #4 – absolutelt love it

  11. Dun-Na-Sead says:

    As a schoolgirl, I had masses of reddish-brown hair- always in my way, and held back in braids. Picture Dorothy in Oz.
    As a teen, my best girlfriend Ann took me surfing, and we dried our hair on huge empty orange juice cans and ironed it on an ironing board.
    (I once got caught by a Japanese tour group with rollers under a scarf. Somewhere in Tokio are hundreds of puzzled Japanese.)
    In college I trained as a music therapist- in my generation’s war, and cut it short- male style- because I had to.
    I grew it long for my wedding, short each time I passed exams, or major accomplishments in my life.
    Each form of hair, or hats, or scarves, or a particular piece of jewelry- wedding ring, ring for a child, etc. says, this is real. I am proud of me.
    Be proud of your hair development.
    Do you have a hat collection?

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