Seventeen weeks since I stopped Phase II and the chemo that makes your hair fall out. Can you believe it? When I had the last chemo on March 31st, my Mom asked me how long it would take for my hair to grow back. I told her that I wouldn’t need my first haircut until August. Frankly, I just made that up. I really believed that I would need a cut sooner than that, but it would take until August for it to thicken up. Well, the joke is on me! I still don’t need a trim, but I will say that my hair is as thick as it ever was. I’m lucky that way. The swirl pattern continues and from the back it looks like I walked into a tornado. I suspect that my hair will be curly for a while. I’m okay with that. I have always had heavy, straight, thick hair, so some curl would be an interesting change. I find that getting my hair back isn’t as big of a deal as I thought it would be. I have gotten use to being bald, and it is entertaining to watch people as they try to decide if I’m a cancer survivor or if my hair style is a personal choice. Ha!