Our very own Nathan Diehl is “Braving the Shave” in hopes of raising the funds needed to build a classroom for the Hope House children in Thailand (@pfahopehouse)! For every $1,000 raised, Nathan will cut an inch off of his beard! If all $12,000 is raised, Nathan will give up his beard entirely. If you would like to contribute towards this incredible cause, visit this website (or click on the link in our profile): #hairlessforhopehouse#bravetheshave
Definitely a birthday to remember! 21st was a laugh for sure. Today I got my head shaved for @macmillancancer#bravetheshave . A lot of cancer patients don’t get to see their own birthdays so I thought I’d make mine a positive experience. During the process I also raised over £200 which was double the target I set! I’d like to thank everyone involved in this experience and everyone who donated. Thankyou all very much #IDidntCallYouBaldyBaldy
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So as this was the last time the team at Eleanor 's Kool Kids after school Club will see me with a beard and hair, for a while! they wanted to add some sparkle to the beard! Of course Eleanor needed some rainbow glitter! 3 days till brave the shave! And thanks for the donations from them also. Was a lovely ending to my day at work!
An external expression of an internal impression ... yesterday my sweet Auntie Jill passed away after battling cancer for well over a decade and I would be truly ungrateful if I’d didn’t say how deeply thankful I am for what an incredible woman she is. She has been such a symbol of strength, love and life over the years and was an example to me of living your life to the fullest and always having an adventure even when you aren’t sure what’s going to happen next. Not only that but she was a much needed, loving strength to me and my family when we almost lost my sister a couple years ago, even though Jill, herself was fighting for her life. I love you and thankyou for your example and for being part of our family and for the legacy and inspiration you have left behind! ❤️ #BraveTheShave#ThisOnesForYou#AuntieJill#KitsellFam#AlwaysInOurHearts#LiveYourLife#Example#Thankyou#StrongWoman#FamiliesCanBeTogetherForever
It's happening! Join me at the 18th Annual Northwest String Summit, where I'll be shaving my head to raise money for the Chelsea Hicks Foundation and Chelsea's Closet. .
This amazing organization brings an enormous rolling costume cart filled with new costumes to hundreds of seriously ill children each year. Every inpatient child and their siblings gets to pick their favorite costume, join in on a parade, and participate in a craft. This allows these kids not only to experience joy, but to transform into another dimension. To be a superhero. To find strength and confidence through dress up and play. .
I shave my head for Lilli, Kristin, Aaron, and Viola. I shave my head for all of the children and their families who are affected by such a cruel illness as childhood cancer. It’s just hair, but by shaving it all off I hope to bring joy to many children and their families. Donations will all go to the Chelsea Hicks Foundation and Chelsea’s Closet, and this year, we’re going big. Our dear Kinfolk brother Michael Walker has decided that our goal is to raise $20,000. Can we do it? I think we can.
一生に一度の狂った人生を楽しめ！ -Enjoy the crazy world of once in the lifetime-
Something like that would be direct translation.
This was a direct translation of subtitle of a foreign movie that I saw when I was in winter Japan.
1001 days ago (about 3 years ago from today) I took a note from movie's catch copy in Japan. I worte it formwhatever reasons as it was penetrating to my interior.
I was trying to change and beware of the change happening scared the hell out of where I was going. But I thougth I’d rather surely enjoy it.
Is this the life I really want to live? Could I be more than who I am now? Do you want to live like this for the rest of my life? Is this how I lived for almost 40 years always? No, I’ve made some brave moves along the way.
It not time to settle yet. Let’s keep going go—!
Today I shaved my head, something I never thought I would do. But I finally stopped denying that my hair was healthy and knew it was time for a fresh start. I feel so much happier, I felt trapped by my long hair, so uninspired, I stopped doing my hair and make up, which I was always so passionate about, simply because I couldn't be bothered with my hair anymore, and trying to look good didn't matter to me. I feel empowered, inspired and blessed to have such beautiful people around me. Even those that had negative thoughts continued to support me every step of the way. If you have ever thought of shaving your head, do it, I promise you will not regret it ❤️