23. The Dodgy Hodgy Chemo Cut Number 6

Well within minutes of saying we were $155 away from cut number 6, a very generous anonymous donor donated $160!! I was too tired to reveal cut number 6 last night so I went to bed.  But here it is now for your viewing pleasure, dodgy hodgy chemo cut number 6, the bad ass don’t mess with me rock chick.


Just applying the finishing touches.


Jenni was trying to get me to do some sort of expression. Not sure wht it was or if I achieved it.


So I had another go. Maybe it’s the “don’t mess with me, cancer” look.


Number 6 from the side. I don’t think I’d have to do anything to my hair when I woke up with this style.


And finally, number 6 from the other side and in the mirror.

The donations just keep rolling in.  I am truly astounded by both the number of donations and the amount people are donating! You are all so very, very generous and what a great cause! I really thought these dodgy hodgy chemo cuts would be trickling out very slowly.

So last night we were $155 away from cut number 6 and here it is.  This morning, we are only $70 away from cut number 7!! It could be as easy as 7 people donating $10.

To donate, simply click here.  This will take you to our team page.  Simply scroll down to see the members of the team and click on whoever you would like to donate to.  When you are on the page for that person, click on the big green ‘DONATE ONLINE NOW’ button.  It’s that easy.  If you’d like to make it a bit more difficult, go to http://www.endcancer.org.au and then you can search for our team (The Good Team, in case you’ve forgotten) or search for an individual by name.

If you want to join ‘The Good Team’, click on that ‘here’ button above, scroll down and click on ‘Join Team’. Let me know if you’re joining and I’ll give you the password. There were two members of ‘The Good Team’ at it’s inception on Sunday.  We now have 6! Many more are welcome.

13 thoughts on “23. The Dodgy Hodgy Chemo Cut Number 6

  1. Well, here goes, I have joined The Good Team. Mine, like many families has been touched by cancer. I lost both my parents and Aunt and a very special friend, and my cousin Cherie is a breast cancer survivor. Having seen what Amanda endured and Melissa is currently experiencing, 60 kms seems like nothing. (Not forgetting you here Lisa). As Melissa, Amanda and Lisa are doing the walk I am representing the “oldies” and walking for Barb, but to reach my target I am going to need the help of all you other “oldies”. Well Sally, I have done it!!!! Hope I don’t let the “oldies” down.

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