I’d do whatever it takes – Trifextra Post


The treatments were grueling. Her body was showing the signs.  My support was unending, but I don’t think she realized that.  I shaved my head the next morning.  Actions speak louder than words.


Trifextra: Week Sixty-One

This weekend we’re asking for exactly 33 words including an idiom somewhere within.  Examples of idioms include – add fuel to the fire or wear your heart on your sleeve.  You can find more examples and a definition of idiom here.  Good luck!

37 thoughts on “I’d do whatever it takes – Trifextra Post

  1. There’s actually an organization that does this, shaves people’s heads for cancer solidarity. They’re called Saint Baldric’s, I think, and they have events where they just shave a bunch of people’s heads in the name of cancer victim solidarity. They shave men and women. You can just look them up on Google, I dunno their exact website…Just thought you might be interested.

  2. I follow a little fella on Facebook who just lost all of his hair. The status update this morning was him smiling in the center of about ten bald men. The solidarity always chokes me up.

  3. My niece did that in support of her best friend when they were 13. It left her with a very bad taste in her mouth in regards to society’s basic cruelty. People would openly criticize her talking about her like she wasn’t there. Not a day went by where she didn’t get her heart broken and shattered. I have 100% admiration for all who do this act of loving support!

  4. Oh,this is so good & I love the depth! Imagine the love,the devotion,the sacrifice!Actions do speak louder than words & how!Wow is all I can say!

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