We started this morning with another beautiful humid Florida morning (I like the humidity, someone else does not). I had an early appointment at the lab for bloodwork. Lou had an early appointment with his train layout.
I decided I would not wear my Buff (scarf) into the lab. I should not be scary to people in a medical facility. Even though I like the humidity, it gets a tad uncomfortable with a scarf when it is hot outside. Success – I don't believe I scared anyone in the lab (mostly because there was no one there – this is South Florida in the summer; it's still deserted).
My lab work was completed so quickly I had time for a stop at Dunkin' Donuts for coffee. Of course, I had no intention of getting a maple frosted donut, even though it is my favorite in the whole world, and I had just been fasting for 12 hours. I mean, one of my lab tests was for glucose levels, so of course I wouldn't be silly enough to get a maple frosted donut. Of course not!
Sorry, got sidetracked there. I had fully intended to put my head scarf on to go into the Donut Store. Picture it – I don't quite have the G.I. Jane look going yet, and the sides are gray, so I may even have a bit of The Walking Dead Zombie aura going on. And then, I thought, maybe they give free donuts to zombies (even though, of course, I wasn't having a donut). Oh heck, I don't know anyone in there! Stop over thinking this and just walk on in.
I go in without the scarf – but with my Maui Jim's (that's sun glasses) jauntily pushed up on my head – I'm rockin' the almost bald Grandma look. There's a good-sized line. And no, elderly zombies got no free donuts and no line cuts today! As I approach the counter, I hear a voice I recognize. Oh my God – there is someone in here I know. Fortunately, he was with colleagues and didn't notice me, or just ignored me too.
I then went to my dermatologist's appointment and was told my skin was in the best shape ever. Well, gee, that's nice. But, I think I'll skip the skin-enhancing chemo treatments in the future.
I realize there are no photos to accompany this entry. I would have taken a photo of the maple frosted donut, but of course, there wasn't one. So instead, here's a sneak peak of the top of my head:
Thanks for following along. I apologize for doing yet another entry all about me. Lou either doesn't have adventures, or is just not willing to share.