This time it started last Tuesday (the day of the skin cancer surgery), but was gone the next day. Then it came back on Sunday, Monday it was gone. It was back again yesterday and into today.
The fly fishing club, that I'm a member in good standing,was having a fish out this morning at Lake Amador and I really wanted to go, but.......
Too many factors involved that tell me to stay home. Mainly the fuzzy head, but the chance of rain (can't get the bandages wet), and it's supposed to be windy, but I wanted to go........
The rest of the week is supposed to be bright and sunny (of course), but the days are booked so I guess next week will be the first chance I can to get out.
In case you wanted to see what the skin cancer looked like, this was August 22, 2013 right after my doctor looked at it. He said it didn't look like cancer then.
The picture below is after he took a chunk for biopsy on January 11, 2014 and the cancer was found.
The doctor said the graft to replace the skin taken for the cancer removal is healing well as is the place they took that skin from. The "donor" spot should heal in a couple months and the graft could take from 6 months to a year. At least I no longer have that wad of gauze and tape that looks like a "Teddy Bear" ear. Probably should have put one on the left ear to match.
That's it, thought I'd just do an update and let everyone know I'm OK. I'll let you know how it goes next week.