You know my sons are the 'apple of my eye'. They are like chalk and cheese. Henry is the oldest and was 'an only one' until he was 8yrs old. He is a very patient older brother. It is not easy being 16yrs old, I can only just about remember. Henry has completed and enjoyed his training for his first part time job and will now be working all day on Saturdays and Sundays. Mom will provide the taxi service to and from work. He has had his calculator out and has been busy working out his wages. He is also studying for A levels full time. He is studying Philosophy, Psychology and Media. He would like to travel and go to University. I am grateful he is a 'worker' and willing to help himself. It is not easy finding a job these days.
Now look at all that hair! Henry started to grow his hair about seven years ago. He was fitted with a bone anchored hearing aid...that he wanted to hide. (He hated the hearing aid anyway and never wore it)! That is another story! I must admit I love the long hair. On December 21st Henry will have his hair cut on the School Stage. He has had some help from his friends to arrange the event and the fundraising. I am impressed by young people who are willing to think about and help others. He has finally decided to raise funds and donate his hair to Little Princess Trust.
Just Giving Page for part of Henry's fundraising as some of my friends and family have said the would like to donate to the cause. We would appreciate all donations however small.