1. If it's raining, I have to figure out how to wear my hood up without it dislodging my head cover. (Umbrellas are no good in my windy city).
2. I look really silly without something covering my head.
3. It's really not a sexy look (it might be if I were a model and shaved all of the remaining hair off).
4. When I told my extended family about it, they all wanted to see my naked head. The hell they will.
5. I wasted $30 on a big elephant-print sarong, which I turned into two long headscarves before giving up on the idea of wearing headscarves.
1. I get to wear hats a lot, which is nice because I have a lot of hats (most of which I knitted myself).
2. I will save money on haircuts, which is handy because I would need to have no haircuts for the next 2 years and 6 months in order to save up the amount of money I will have to spend to see a dermatologist privately about my hair loss.
I think it's rather ironic that it's highly likely my hair is falling out due to financial stress - and finding out how much it costs to see the dermatologist is adding not exactly making that stress go away.
3. There's not much chance of my leaving home without my hat, and then being too cold when I leave the office for my lunch break.
4. I worked out how to sew my own exercise hat from an old t-shirt. That'll be handy if my head is still not presentable by summer.
5. The Boy is still lovely to me, which make me love him more.
6. The Little Madam is still lovely to me, which makes me love her more.