I needed that, thanks!

Met up with my friend, Fiona (who is also a hair donor) last Sunday. I told her about my future plan if things wouldn't work out here in Singapore. Doing overseas or just stop this project and send all the hair to Locks of Love or Wigs for Kids.

She said I should continue to search and wait and not let 'them' hinder my way. Though she is not the first person who told me this, it just makes me feel better. I felt the power I used to have when I first had with this idea and somehow it just grew stronger.

Thanks to my friends and colleagues who supported me. Oh, not forgetting hair donors as well.

+ 1

Nope, I wasn't talking about Google's new social networking site, but an additional ponytail I received from my friend today. I have not measured it, but was told it should be 10 inches long.

It wasn't tied into a ponytail when cut as instructed, so the hair now is in a little mess... though it was 'rubber banded' when passed to me... will try to tie it up neatly. Thanks Fiona!

Howto - Multiple ponytails

Thanks to our donor, Joanna, I am able to show how multiple ponytails should be tied. This way, you can have the maximum length cut before shaving.

Keep searching

One week has passed and there is still no news of any recipient. I am not giving up... keep searching! Something just came to my mind... developing countries?

Anyway, I had placed all the ziplock bags(ponytail with label) into two separate ziplock bags and have them labelled as day 1 and 2.

My idea was to have the bags placed inside my dry cabinet together with my camera's gears, but after some considerations, I decided not to, as it may cause the rubber band to break due to the humidity. It may also cause the hair to become dry. Not taking any risk.