This year I was part of the Terry Fox committee at school and to help the students meet our fundraising goal this year I made a little wager. The deal: if the students could raise $2000 for cancer research by the end of September I would let them shave my head. They rose to the challenge :) After movie nights, classroom coin collections, and the final donations collected during the Terry Fox Run, the students beat their goal. So on October 3rd, there were 12 teachers ready to get a cream pie in the face as well a pie for the principal, and a line up of students ready to aim and fire. And after the pies were thrown and pictures were taken it was time to put my safety and hair into the hands of my students. Despite their excitement and pride at having reached their goal, they were a little nervous about actually cutting off their teacher's hair and shaving her head. But after their nerves settled they got to work and snip, snip my hair was cut off (to be donated to Locks of Love), and next up came the clippers. In the end there were only two of my students that were brave enough to actually shave my head and they did a very good job. Long hair to peach fuzz in a matter of minutes for an excellent cause.