Tuesday, September 24, 2013

Done and done,

So I went in today for the Mohs Procedure, 

Yea.. It was terrible. 

Two layers of skin, they got all the cancer cells and then a quick slice behind the ear and I've got myself a skin graft.  

Didn't know this was what I was getting myself in to.  

Argle. 

Needless to say, I'm feeling blessed and thankful to have people who will help me out, but I'm really saying it really did suck to have it all done.
Imagine a stitching and strings and needles and tweezers and hands all right there at your eye. 

It's the cause of my nightmare tonight, I'm sure of it.

Back to work tomorrow, this should be interested. 

And I'm getting married in about three weeks.

This better heal properly. 


Also want  to say I'm sorry for my absence lately my dearest Dingleberries. 

It's been a heck of a time.

Hang in there my Dingleberries, 

I'm still here, promise.  

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  1. Well, sheesh, it's not like you had anything important going on.

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    1. No kidding! Married? Congratulations!

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  2. These sort of things just rear their ugly head when you have big things happening. Like a wedding. Hope it heals fast and well!

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    1. They have their way don't they? I hope all is well your way J

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  3. Thinking of you. I know how awful Mohs surgery can be!!!!

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  4. Glad to hear everything went fine, you and family continue in my thoughts and prayers.

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  5. Best wishes on your upcoming marriage. Glad this procedure is over for you and, unpleasant though it was, it turned out fine.

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    1. Thanks Stephen, I'm so glad it's over too. It did turn out OK

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  6. Welcome back friend! Prayers for a speedy recovery and healing. Married?! Yay-congratulations that is wonderful ( said by woman who's been married a whopping 3 weeks.lol). Hang in there girlie

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    1. Oh Holli I feel so bad for missing the posts. Have I missed the posts? I'm going to go check :) Congrats lady!!

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  7. I hope you have a wonderful healing...and wish you didn't have to go back to work so soon, gosh!!

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  8. Thinking of you and wishing you a wonderful ceremony!

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