The wig fitting I was supposed to have on Monday had to be rescheduled due the wig-fitter's (I'm sure she has a better title, but I'm not sure what to call her) health. She had a cold and did not want to get me sick. Incidentally, I caught a cold anyway this week. Not to worry, though. I never got a fever and my oncologist put me on a Zpac to make sure I'll be healthy enough for chemo on Tuesday. So now I must wait until Monday, November 15 to find my new hair do.
Also, my head is very tender right now, so I can't wear anything too tight. This means I'm spending a lot of time wearing scarves. I try to imagine myself as a Hollywood movie startlet (pre-Lindsey Lohan). Someone Old Hollywood. Someone like Grace Kelly, an icon who possessed effortless style and was synonymous with femininity.
And I am lucky enough to be the recipient of many fabulous scarves, including an Hermes scarf that used belong to Aaron's sweet grandmother, Muriel. I can't help but feel just a bit glamorous when I wear such a fantastic scarf, especially when worn with big sunglasses. Feminine, no?
My mom-in-law just informed me of a NY Times Article about the return of the turban. http://www.nytimes.com/2010/11/11/fashion/11NOTICED.html
I may have to give it a go, too!
Before I go, here is an exchange between Aaron and me yesterday morning when I was dropping him off at the train station:
Me: "Wow, the trees are looking so pretty!"
Aaron: "They are. That one's getting a little thin up top, though."
Aaron (looking at the top of my head): "Uh, not that there's anything wrong with that!"
This made me laugh out loud. Can't help but love him, can you? :)