wigs and afternoon tea

“Family | A Little Bit Crazy, Big Bit Loud & a Whole Lot of Love”

On this occasion our afternoon tea was less about the food and decoration and more about getting together and simply having fun!  I was in the middle of chemotherapy so it was easy for me to pull the “I don’t want to go to a lot of effort” card.  How quickly the table turns when you are having fun, because no sooner were we into afternoon tea when I revealed my bald head to my sister’s grandson.  I expected a reaction of shock horror, however, instead he asked his mother if he could shave his head just like mine.  That provided a good laugh for all.

Pulling off a Bald Head | It wasn’t much longer when my wig and “other” wigs all fell onto the table. Everyone  started trying them on and I was relieved that they looked equally as bad on them as they did on me.  I always wanted to wear a wig and I remind myself be careful what you wish for.

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As for my Mother, message to self Mother “you must never wear a wig“.  As always we made a lot of noise and had a lot of fun.

Tip:  If you don’t have a cupboard full of wigs hiding out, find something else which will entertain and create some added fun!

 

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