Posts Tagged: skin cancer

You can leave your hat on

Apologies to Randy Newman, but it’s the Joe Cocker version I remember. Though neither of them have anything to do with today’s blog post. Because, today’s post is about my great fortune in health over time. Except for one issue, which now has my doctor advising me, “You can leave your hat on.” Healthier than… Read more »

Why not just walk in the daytime?

Yet another cold front is heading down our way. Of course, it’s right after we got a couple of nice days for my morning walk. When I bemoan the fact to family and friends, I always get the same question. Why not just walk in the daytime? I’ve got very good reasons for my pre-dawn… Read more »

I should have my head examined

Oh wait, I am. Dad and I agree that the only doctor you are assured of having something “extra” done is the dermatologist.  That is especially true for me and my (relatively) good health.  I only need check-ups at my dentist, eye doctor and internist, but my dermatologist always seems to find something he can squeeze… Read more »

Feel the burn

As everyone must know by now, I do almost all of my writing on the beach.  I’ve talked about if before, but it can be distilled down to I find it inspirational and it allows me to work out of my winter hibernation color-loss. Normally, I’m able to jump out as soon as the weather… Read more »

Going undercover

‘Tis a sad thing, alas, to be faced with one’s own mortality.  It brings with it many memories, such as life’s experience and loves shared, but it also visits upon us such ravages as only age can.  It is with heavy heart and (appropriately) drooped head that I must face my own personal doom. Once… Read more »