In a few days Karen and I are taking a quick trip up to San Francisco which will involve parking at an airport, being on an airplane with other people*, taking a taxi or three, and lots of roaming around our favorite city in an amount of time that will be too damn short. You know how well airports and parking lots love us! We are so excited about the adventure that awaits us.
It's been a busy couple weeks around here made harder because I am still in shock about my stupid tooth and how much it costs to replace one tooth. What a scam. I will solve this problem soon because I miss being able to eat foods I don't have to mash up, break into tiny bits first or drink.
Within a few days of the Cracked Tooth incident, my beloved husband and his good huggy shoulders went to the doctor to get something not related to his shoulders checked out and came home with a gaping wound covered in gauze on his shoulder. Oh my Buddha! The doctor found something suspicious and from what I can tell, used a melon baller to scoop it out of his shoulder and sent it off to be analyzed. It's been two weeks and we still do not have the results yet. His wound has not yet healed and I keep regretting that I never really took many photos of his huggy shoulders I love so much before the Melon Baller incident that I didn't know was going to happen happened.
I was just clearing off some of my memory cards in preparation for our trip next week and came across some photos I took when I snuck up on Dustin in the bathroom one night while he was shaving (a few days before the Melon Baller incident). I only took a few photos that night because the lighting was bad and I was in a hurry to iron his clothes for a work thing he had to get to.
I am glad I did at least get a few shots even in the dark room. There is his left huggy shoulder without the wound!
Take pictures of the things you love, friends.
*The weirdos always sit next to me. I attract criers and drunk strangers.
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