|And this is after I made part of it fall off. You can see how that would be distracting.|
So, I took my day off, and I went to an esthetic doctor, who used a lazer to take it off, as well as a little on on my hand. As the numbing cream began to take affect, I started getting nervous, but I knew it was going to be well worth it. Having a doctor that spoke English well was comforting too.
|The doctor, lazering it off, while her assistant sucked up the smoke from my frying skin.|
|We stopped halfway, because she wanted to numb it more. This is what it looked like then.|
The doctor kept telling me that "warts want to survive," so this is by no means permanent, especially with it being so big. I have a checkup appointment in one week, where it sounded like we'd be lazering again, but, with my Korean healthcare, it's only just under $15 for the whole thing, so I don't really mind. I know a lot of people were furious about universal health care in the States, but, let me tell you, it's really pretty great.
I haven't seen what my elbow currently looks like, because there's a decent possibility of infection if I fool with it, so I'm keeping it out of the air until I need to change the dressings. So yes, that is what I have for you.
Today is June first, so I wanted to let you know that I'm officially starting my June goals now, although they've been slightly modified. I'm only going to try to write "some" every day, not a page.
Also, I thought you should know, I found another couch in the trash today (well, two, but I let Kris pick one for himself, too).
Finally, because I can read so well, I started my photo a day thing early. Click here to see my first photo.
Okay. That is all. Don't be too grossed out. Goodnight.