Talk about hiding in plain sight - this photo was taken one month after I loss my hair.
This night is forever cemented in my memory. Although, I was laughing and dancing. The truth is, I was full of pain, hurt, sadness, hate, confusion, anger, depression and resentment. I was hiding my baldness with this wig and it felt like prison. I hated wearing that wig. It sucked the life out of me.
Eight years laters, I can finally look at the girl in this photo and not shed tears. I thank God for not allowing me to resign in this place.
I am so thankful that God carried this girl through this very challenging period of her life. I am extremely grateful that God taught her what having faith really means; how rewarding and fulfilling transparency can be.
And most importantly through this journey she has grown to unapologetically except her imperfections.
Today I celebrate her. Eight years of #baldness #alopecialife💙