My son Ethan is participating in the Movember Foundation’s November 2014 drive to “change the face of men’s health prostate cancer | testicular cancer | mental health.”
Particpants commit to growing a moustache during the month of November, and subscribing friends and family members to promises of assistance to the Foundation.
My son, very flatteringly, says this in his Movember webpage:
MOST PERSONAL MOTIVATION FORPARTICIPATING IN MOVEMBER IS MY DAD,LEW. ALTHOUGH MY MOM WON’T EVER LET HIM GROW A MUSTACHE, HE TAUGHT ME HOW TOBE A GENTLEMAN. I WOULD LIKE TO HONOR WHAT HE TAUGHT ME AND USE MY FACE (WHICH LOOKS REMARKABLY LIKE HIS FACE), TO HELP HIGHLIGHT IMPORTANT HEALTH ISSUES THAT WE ALL FACE. I BELIEVE STRONGLY INRAISING AWARENESS OF PHYSICAL HEALTH “MENTAL WELL-BEING.”
I did take a crack at growing a ‘stache, but frankly – even in retirement – I did not have the patience, or the memory; I kept forgetting, and shaving it off in the morning, meaning I had to start over and over again so I finally deferred to my son’s capacity to cultivate tonsorial adornment, abandoning all hope that I might match his effort.
I’m posting this in the hope that addresses might throw some pocket change at Ethan’s effort.
Contact my son at:
I’m proud of his effort, and humbled by the way he thinks of my fathering. I clearly did good work as Ethan is repeatedly finding ways to exercise his inventiveness at raising money for such profound causes.
Thanks for your attention.