Blog Update!
For those of you not following me on Facebook, as of the Summer of 2019 I've moved to Central WA, to a tiny mountain town of less than 1,000 people.

I will be covering my exploits here in the Cascades, as I try to further reduce my impact on the environment. With the same attitude, just at a higher altitude!

Friday, April 11, 2008

Head shavin' update

While this donation drive is going on, I'll be regaling you with pictures of the bald and the beautiful.

Anyway, for those of you trying to donate to get me to Shave my Head and are having problems with the donation site, you can now donate via my blog.

See the donation button on the right navbar...

What's the difference? Well, if you donate from this blog, I'll be acting as the middle man, but I don't charge any handling fees (the donation site charges a certain percentage for handling).

How does it work? I've set up a separate account in PayPal, so after May 10th I'll directly donate the money to the Multiple Myeloma Research Foundation. I'll update the counter here and on the donation site so there's a running total in both places.

Also, if you want to send me a check instead, drop me an email at

Thanks to everyone who had such a hard time trying to donate yesterday. Please let me know if you run into any problems again.


Rev. Peter Doodes said...

Hi CC,
I think you look great WITH hair, so when you reach the 10K, how about us all donating another 10K so you don't have to?

Jennifer said...

You will love short hair... I practically shave my head every month. It will only take 3 or 4 weeks to be super cute... you may have found a new hairstyle!

Good luck with the drive! A worthy cause it is.

Anonymous said...

You are beautiful with hair, and you will be beautiful without hair. I imagine (though we have never met) that your sense of humor will make the hair-shaving ordeal a blessing to others. I haven't donated yet because I'm having problems with my finances, but I am going to the bank tomorrow morning to transfer some funds. When that is straightened out, Crunchy Chicken blog is my first stop. I only wish I could do more. I lost my grandfather to multiple myeloma so it's a personal issue for me too. Take care, CC and Co.

P.S. I have to add something occurs to me every morning when I read your blog. I'm a happily married heterosexual woman in my late-20's, but I have to say that while your first picture was cute, your second one is VA-VOOM! What's in the water in your neck of the woods?

Anonymous said...

Apparently something that makes her look just like Angelina Jolie, the actress.