About Andrea

Andrea Ross was diagnosed with breast cancer October 6, 2009 and intends to survive and thrive. You can read more from Andrea here.

  • Look forward to seeing your new crop of hair.

  • jennifer thibault

    Hi Andrea,
    It's Jen, from long ago at the daycare…I've just found out about your battle through the wonders of facebook and I wanted to drop you a line! You look gorgeous, by the way! I am certain that you have been fighting the battle of your life, and that you will come out the winner! You have always had that in you…you have so much to fight for, now don't you? Speaking of which…those 2 beautiful babies of yours – what beautiful young ladies they are growing up to be! I can hardly believe it!
    Anyways, keep up the great work! I will be thinking of you and sending great vibes your way!
    love, Jen

  • laurabergen

    You'll have to let us know if it's true – do blonds have more fun?

  • Wow. I see one strong beautiful woman. Wow.

    this from online etymology dictionary —
    BALD: the Baldc.1300, ballede, probably, with M.E. -ede adjectival suffix, from Celt. bal “white patch, blaze” especially on the head of a horse or other animal (from PIE base *bhel- (1) “to shine, flash, gleam;” see bleach). Cf., from the same root, Skt. bhalam “brightness, forehead,” Gk. phalos “white,” L. fulcia “coot” (so called for the white patch on its head), Alb. bale “forehead.” Bald eagle first attested 1680s.

    Shine flash gleam – eagle woman.

  • steve

    You'll probably land up having Shirley-Temple curls.

  • Hey Jen! Great to hear from you. Thank you so much for all you kind comments and for sending us great vibes. We have missed you and hope to see you when we celebrate the end of treatment.

  • Like yours

  • Sheree. Thank you. We've been thinking about you and hoping the spring is bringing you happiness and the remembering of and making of good, good memories.

  • If by blonds you mean white-haired-people, I will let you know!

  • Me too!

  • jenniferthibault

    ooooh! I would loooovvvee to celebrate that with you! don't forget me!
    lots of love to you all, (and I mean that!) jen

  • Caroline

    Love it. I have visions of you & GOB in the photocopier room, trying different combinations — hat on, glasses off, hat and glasses on . . . Just please don't tell me you will get a “march break” augmentation. You look beautiful. Can't wait to see what happens with your hair, maybe it will be big hair like cher.

  • It's baby fuzz! That's why you *think* it's white! It's just baby blonde fuzz 🙂 Congrats!!

  • Aaaaah! That's a relief. Thank you, Ginny!

  • It just seems like there's still light coming in from under the door…

  • Thanks, Jen. We won't forget you!

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  • Isabelle

    So cute, is it soft?

  • Yes, it is. Like baby fuzz but super sparse and weird looking.

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