An Italian-American living la dolce vita in the Deep South

An Italian-American living la dolce vita in the Deep South

Wednesday, February 25, 2009

A little (or a lot) off the top

This morning our local paper featured the boys in our school sporting their new buzz cuts in support of a 1st grader battling leukemia. It may just be me, but I think they all look very handsome.


Kim H. said...

I LOVE IT! I think they all look adorable! What a wonderful thing to do in support of that little boy. :)

As for these long, scruffy hair-do's that are out there these days for the boys -- well, they're making me crazy. I just want to say "hey, get a haircut!" but the long look is so popular these days.

My boys both now want to "grow" their hair out -- which for us, will still be within reason -- but I just wish these boys would all go back to nice, clean-cut haircuts. I miss Catholic school for that reason alone.

Tiziana said...

Cara Maria, sono i bambini dela tua scuola che si sono tagliati i capelli per essere solidali con i
bambini che hanno la leucemia?
Spero di aver capito bene.
Sono bellissimi.

Bia said...

Hai capito bene. E' la scuola di Nicholas e Jonathan...l'hanno fatto per un bambino (che ha 7 anni)nella scuola con la leucemia. 80 bambini hanno deciso de tagliare i capelli...sono tutti stati bravi.

Tiziana said...

Beh! E' davvero una cosa fantastica!
A quell'età i capelli sono intoccabili! Penso che abbiano capito profondamente il problema del loro compagno. Spero tanto che possa guarire; certo ha degli amici super!!!

:o) mg said...

So, yesterday I had read his carepages website and then the family was in Mass today. Gulp.
I cried the whole time. I couldn't help thinking, "they have just come out of their own Lenten season and really got a jump start on the glory of Easter!"
What a beautiful, beautiful witness they were today.

:o) mg said...

ps- there were pictures of Monday's buzz-cutting that I saw and I swear, I believe I saw a girl getting shorn. Did you hear anything about that, or did the article say anything about it?

SuburbanCorrespondent said...

And lice-free!

GrandmaK said...

Handsome, indeed they do look handsome. Caty

Melissa said...

They do look handsome, and I think part of the reason for that is that they are obviously so handsome on the inside as well!

Thanks for sharing this one!

Wendy said...

What a beautiful sight! My niece, who lost her hair twice to chemo while fighting leukemia, is going to cut off her long locks for the cause next month!

Lisa said...

We love a good buzz cut here! And a buzz cut out of love for another... I think the angels must have gotten out their clippers to copy their children's good deed.

Emily said...

How cool! What a neat way to welcome Spring! *I hope* -e