After an Alaskan woman made a princess wig for a friend’s daughter, she decided to make similar wigs for children with cancer at her friend’s insistence. Little did she know that her passion project would soon become the talk of the town.
Holly Christensen always had a soft corner for children with life-changing illnesses since she had worked as a cancer nurse. She had closely seen children undergoing painful therapies that would make them lose all of their hair.
The Palmer, Alaska, mom said working in the cancer ward had changed her life. One day, she learned that a friend’s daughter would lose her beautiful hair after undergoing chemotherapy, which made Christensen come up with a brilliant idea to cheer the little girl.