Friday, June 04, 2010

Lopped OFF

So you don't think my grandchildren are total scamps, this is what the twins did yesterday.

They have been growing their hair all winter for locks of love. I can't believe it only took a year, but here it is. Lizzie went first as it was her idea to start off with. One day she came home from school and announced she was growing her hair for 'locks of love'. My daughter was so happy as she does work for Hospice.

Her hair was much longer, and she came out with this cute bob. She complained all day she missed her hair, but when she got up this am she was happy it didn't take too long to fix.

They actually partition off the hair and measure it to make sure the areas are all long enough, must be 10 inches for 'locks of love'. Daughter says Pantene will take 8 inches.
Whatever it is a great cause and something the twins can do for someone else they don't even know.

Michelle came out with a bit different doo. She always wants her hair different from Lizzy, bur of course Lizzy loves being a twin, and always wants to look the same. Don't they look older than 10?
Now we have to get packaged and sent off.


Karl said...

Can't believe how big/old they look now!

Sandee said...

What a wonderful thing indeed. I'm sure you are very proud of both of them.

Have a terrific day and weekend. :)

secret agent woman said...

Good for them!!

You have to see this:

Cactus Jack Splash said...

Good on your grandchildren! I had mine cut two years ago for the same thing.

Rambling Woods said...

That is the most loving gift ever. Somebody raised those girls to love right....Michelle

Virginia Gal said...

They are identical? That is kind of them to give to Locks of Love.

Denise said...

Your grandchildren are pretty special to do something like this. Good on them. They're beautiful inside and out.

Gill - That British Woman said...

I love their new looks, and it does make them appear older, which will be a good thing for them at their age. At ours, well not a good thing!!

Tell them well done for donating their hair for such a special cause.

Gill in Canada