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Thursday, September 12, 2013

Thursday is my other long day at work.....It was a decent day but I am beat. From work I went to the salon and got pampered. It was nice..hair and eyebrows look pretty!

Then it was off to the dermatologist to get my 6 month body scan. she took off a few skin tags and one suspicious spot...keeping fingers crossed. This getting older is full of investigation!!

Tomorrow is only one class, thank goodness.... emoticon
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    Investigate... well, that does make it sound so much better than "invasive procedure"... Hope all goes well.

    I got a doctor today... see him in Oct. for initial appt... hope it goes well and I am impressed, hopefully this doctor will at least be better than none which is what I currently have. This appt is also right after my blood work and diabetic clinic appt, so good timing....
    Take care my friend... emoticon emoticon
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    TERRI, You really have that right but without the investigations, who knows.

    My Rudolph nose was just beginning to heal after my first eye surgery and that was another reason to delay it. There had been lesions called them Pre-cancerous so I opted to wait till they were removed.

    It is better to investigate and biopsy than wait too long. I can just imagine you trying out a couple of Zumba moves in your mind. HUGS take care Pat in Maine emoticon emoticon emoticon
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    Good day Terri. I will be praying about the one spot. Let us know what the dermatologist says.

    Have a Fab Friday, my friend.

    1679 days ago
    You are taking such good care of yourself--well done! I went to the derm to have him check some suspicious spots--they're age spots! LOL Better safe than sorry! Happy Friday 13th!
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