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Every afternoon I run into construction on the way to work at Millers.  Sometimes I’m so busy reading all the road signs that I almost run off of the road.  Signs as far as the eye can see.  LOL…Looks like the county went to a sign sale.

They’ve now scraped one side of the road and the striping is gone.  It’s not so bad during the day, but at night I have a really hard time especially when it’s raining.  The other night I came to a complete stop in the middle of the road before I realized that that was not a parked car with brake lights on, but four emergency flairs laying there.

I’m starting to take I-66 home coming the other way….until they start to work on that end.

I had my doctor’s appointment today.  He did find a small spot which he wants to biopsy in the next couple of weeks.  He thinks it’s nothing to worry about and that the actual biopsy will take care of removing it since it is so small.  Phew…..had me really worried.  I don’t want any more surgery!!!

When I got home tonight and hooked up my phone to my laptop I checked my e-mail and found 6 chases to do tomorrow.  172 miles in all.  It’s going to be a long day.  I’ll have put my camera in the charger tonight so that I won’t run out of juice. :)

6 comments:

  1. Glad it was good news at the docs.

    Sometimes I think all the construction and road signs are
    really dangerous. Many a time I've nearly hit something because I've been too busy reading the signs!

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  2. Joe..thanks, I am very happy about it.

    I've missed entire exits trying to read them all. Then there are those drivers that seem to ignore them and wait until the last minute to cut in front of you.

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  3. Reminds me of Burma Shave signs...glad you came away with the netherregions exam with pretty good news, too.

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  4. Great news about the doc visit Tango...and i hate to say "i told ya so" - so i won't say it!!!

    stay healthy girl!!!

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  5. Kymber....I know, I'm such a worry wart.

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