A Cut Above Discrimination

This is the story of one woman's fight against discrimination towards the homeless and needy. Helena fought back by offering hair care and grooming services FREE of charge to all in need. Only to have her plans and ideas thwarted by government regulations. More

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About Christine Hannon

I am a 72 year old woman residing in Woodstock Ont. Canada. I have three amazing children, two son and a daughter? I brag about my grandchildren a thirty year old granddaughter and a ten year-old grandson. Ron and I were married at nineteen and have been married fifty interesting and adventurous years. A severe car accident thirty eight years ago caused by a drunk driver robbed me of my careers and left me to live the rest of my life with chronic pain. Until then I was a successful hairdresser, make up artist and a model. To help deal with the daily pain I taught myself to paint. First on clothing, then on walls, wooden pieces, stone and now on canvas. It came as a surprise when that my son in law suggested I write about the hairdressing stories I had been telling for so many years. I have been writing poetry for as long as I can remember but writing a story was foreign to me. I am hoping these stories will inspire someone to live their dreams too. I want to pass my strength on to others. I am working on a sequel for A Hairdresser's Diary and have published a book of original poetry Versify. I invite you to visit me at www.ahairdressersdiary.com or http://ahairdressersdiaries.wordpress.com/ where you can learn more about my life and me.

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