Monthly Archives: July, 2016

I wrote too soon…

The dermatologist did call, this morning, to say that the biopsy he took earlier this week is basal carcinoma, and so the surgeon will be called to schedule a surgery. At least this one isn’t malignant melanoma, as others have been. Sorry for the mis-information. Onward, ever forward. And prayers, please, for the people of …

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In the Middle of July

The weather last week was cool and drizzly, and that was a relief … but this week is pay-back time. The temps are in the nineties, and the humidity is in the high fifties/low sixties. ┬áIt’s uncomfortable enough that there are very few quilters out and about Row by Rowing for the free quilt patterns. …

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