Well, it’s summer. Which for the last few years has been kind of hard for me in terms of my skin. In August of 2012 I started seeing a dermatologist. He immediately started removing moles and marks and such for biopsies. Very quickly, we found basil cell carcinoma. You can see my original post about the Mohs Surgery procedure I had here. But I thought it was time to update
This is my first summer since having some skin cancer removed. I am not a sunscreen lover. My skin is oily as it is and to add on another heavy of layer of grodiness on top of it, well, it sucks. (P.S. my spell check didn’t know what the heck to do with “grodiness”) I know I should be wearing it daily but I’m not. I’ve been trying some sunscreens
Just FYI: Once you read the story below, click here to see an update on my scars! “So…I had skin cancer. I had surgery. I’m totally fine. I just wanted you to know because we are having dinner in a few days and I didn’t want you to freak out when you see a huge wound on my neck.” That is how my phone conversation went with a really good friend recently.