My eldest daughter has made a phenomenal decision to chop off her dreadlocks in order to raise funds on behalf of her sisters for Invest in ME Research.
This is no small act – Keisha’s dreadlocks are a fundamental part of who she is, they are her babies and she loves them dearly. Once she has cut off her dreads at the base, all 45 of them, the small amount of hair left (we guess approximately about 1.5cm-2cms) will be bleached and dyed blue for M.E. Awareness week.
I have written a blog via Let’s Do It for ME which I ask you to re-blog and spread far and wide if you could.