Monday, September 18, 2006
My Chin ...
For those of you who saw my chin over the weekend ...
and now know what the sun actually does to me ...
My steriod cream is helping ...
I'm treating it with that three times a day
and with Zinc Oxide in between that.
It's peeled and bleeding ...
but should heal quickly and is no longer spreading.
I'm very glad of that.
My little nose never did anything ... just turned brown.
I'm trying to get it healed up before my doctor sees it!
Wish me luck!
I hope you are doing better by now. I have a bit of a skin problem myself, though mine is pretty minor. Take care of yourself.
Glad to hear that you had a good time in Shelbina, and that you made it back safe and sound. Sorry to hear about your chin. Although I do not have the same health situation you do, I know what it's like to be at odds with the sun. My fair-toned celtic skin was designed for much northerly climes than Missouri and my native Southern California. As such, I am a survivor of one of the more agressive forma of melanoma. Thanks be to God I have been free and clear for 10 years now. Even so, I have to watch my sun exposure. But enough about me. I hope you heal up soon, and that you're packing goes well. I'll be anxious to see pictures from the weekend.
Hope your chin in better soon and now I understand why you wear a hat all the time.
Clayton...So nice to hear that you have been melanoma free for 10 years...that's really great for such an aggressive cancer.
Gary...I hope you also wear a hat when you garden.
Hi Clayton! I had a great time in Shelbina. It was my first Thresher show and I hope I get to go to others. It was very fun.
I'm so glad to hear that you've stayed melanoma free. That's wonderful! I have to watch my sun exposure too.
Oh, I'm Lucy, Ava, AJ, and Ava Jane all rolled into one! I'm hoping that someone will call me Lucy sometime. It makes me feel very loved to hear myself called that name.
get better soon!
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