I like your mohawk. Hair or no hair, you're still weird looking.Love.
The mohawk weirdly suits you. Sorry to hear about the lack of 666 tattoos.
I will leave another mohawk comment. Mohawk equals sex. Yessiree.
i just finished reading every one of your entries and i have to say i love you! you are 5 years younger than my youngest son, and i will try not to be motherly and annoying, but i really want to stay in touch with you as we both go through chemo crap and beyond. THANK YOU for making me laugh for the first time since october when i was diagnosed. your writing is so wonderful. you're gifted. thank you so much for writing to me on flickr. i'm glad we're in touch. my email is firstname.lastname@example.org if you ever want to email.
p.s. i wrote about you.http://ddlatt.blogspot.com/
hello armand,i am sorry that you have to join the cancer club. it really does suck. but, i will follow your blog and send you lots of love and cyber hugs form Los Angeles. www.matildamutterings.blogspot.com
Kate: Oh, you tease, but I got your mushy christmas card today ;) You are ever so sweet.Tori and Wendy: I'm really regretting shaving it off, now :p I may consider it as a possible hairstyle once the hair starts growing back ... in May...Deborah: Thank you so much. I'm so very glad I was able to bring about some levity. Also, we have a shared interest. Check out my other blog, if you'd be so inclined. http://blackriderstudios.blogspot.comI will most certainly email you. Please, by all means, email me if you'd so wish. email@example.comHolly: Thank you for the message, the love and the cyber hugs! Here's a thought: if we're all part of this club, do we get a secret handshake? I mean, I guess we DO get matching haircuts, but you know... ;)
dear armand, i LOVE your photography website! you have such a fascinating eye - especially your macros. i think your "Day 8 self-portrait" is quite powerful. since you salivate over pinholes, you will like my friend erin malone's online quarterly journal "Without Lenses." http://www.withoutlenses.com/my photo website is: www.deborahlattimore.com
Deborah: Thanks for the links! I love Without Lenses -- so many ideas!! I also love your photos! I know I'm a bit macabre, but I think the cemetery shots are wonderful. I'll email you about nerdy camera talk...
Hi Cancer Boy,I wan Cancer Girl in 1972. I was about a year younger than you and had Hodgkin's. It looks better in the rear view mirror!Go! Fight! Win!Robin
dear Cancer Boy....yes, the look alike hairdo's tell everyone that we are in the same club...the club that NOONE wants to join. but here we are and what the hell..we go through it. i am proud of you. you are doing everything just right for yourself. keep blogging - i wish i had started it when i got diagnosed..but i didn't...then again, i am an old woman - old enough to be your mom - you go Cancer boy!!
Oh Armand... I love you and your fancy hair. :0)Also the hat Mel is making for you is friggen awesome...
Robin: Thank you for your kind words. It's so good to hear that others have come out well, through this bloody obscure cancer.Holly: It's good for you. Here's me being a smartass youngster, then -- Psychological research suggests that talk therapy, also in the form of journalling, etc., is extremely beneficial ;) I wanted to say "Blog like there's no tomorrow!"... Then it hit me as a rather inappropriate thing to say... Then I sort of had to chuckle... Nothing like one's own mortality to bring about some laughter.Enigmatic anonymous poster: Hair ain't so fancy no mo'... But yes, I do look forward to the hat, indeed! Yay cancerhat!
"blog like there's no tomorrow"!!! you are better for me than meds. you really make me laugh!!
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