Yes, you read that right!  It's National Bald is Beautiful Day and we want to celebrate all those gorgeous heads that don't have hair on them.  REALLY!

Angel here and there is literally a National Day for everything.  I have been celebrating Bald being beautiful for about 5 years now.  My husband, Joe, actually had hair when we met (cue the wisecracks) and about two years in he said to heck with it and shaved it off.  He had a few male friends who had made the switch from having a few little strays on top and trying to work with them to just giving in to what was and got out the razor.

I have to admit I panicked at first but Lord I didn't tell him that.  I wanted him to be happy.  Then he did it and goodness if it didn't just make him even more handsome YIKES.

About the same time he shaved his head he started growing out his facial hair and what I found funny is he couldn't grow hair on his head but he grew facial hair like a boss.  Joe has embraced his baldness and I find it very attractive.

Now it wouldn't be fair if I didn't note the other side of this whether you are a man or a woman losing your hair can be a very stressful and vulnerable thing.  I have always seen it as an example of courage no matter if it was by choice or sickness or whatever.  Having hair creates security for most.  Those brave enough to reveal what's underneath are awesome and I love that we get to celebrate them today.

And we can't let this day slip by without semi-celebrating my co-host and his fastly balding head.  He's hanging on for dear life to the peace fuzz left on top that lets the light shine through each day and nearly blinds me in the studio.  Just like Joe when Chad finally succumbs to losing his hair, he will be just as handsome still equally annoying but handsome all the same.

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