Eyebrows are definitely under-appreciated. True, not as forgotten as, let’s say, our ever-important bile ducts or the workmanship-like spleen. And how many of you out there even know we have a tiny organ in our chest called the thymus? But our unappreciated eyebrows, those hairy arches that divide our foreheads from the rest of our face deserve a lot of credit for distinguishing us from the rest of God’s creatures (well, not really, but I really wanted to say that), and keeping us from looking like characters from an X-Files episode.
It is true that for some, eyebrows can be a bane. The unibrow remains a universally bad look, and for some women, eyebrow plucking and waxing is akin to torture.
But for me, now temporarily eyebrowless in the wake chemotherapy, I can say without hesitation that I miss my eyebrows terribly and I impatiently await their return.
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And when they come back they will be extra bushy and curly!!!!!Tim’s biopsy went okay, long day and no results yet. Laurie
try tattooing. momKIDDING in case you take me seriously
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