I get my stitches out tomorrow. I'm super excited about this. It reminds me of when I was pregnant and could not sleep on my stomach. I sleep on that cheek, so it has been interesting. It will feel good when it isn't swollen and stitchy. Of course no baby, but the good news is no cancer cells left there.
It is time for my three-year colonoscopy this week. I'm sure not looking forward to that at all. I'm so sensitive to textures, and especially beverage textures and this process is difficult. Since my brother died from colon cancer, it is important that I do this. I've switched the procedure to a Plainview doctor, and at least I will be close to home. Weighing this, stitches or colonoscopy...they are both important. I do hope you see a dermatologist each year for a skin check and you have a preventative colonoscopy scheduled if you are over 50. Both save lives.
I had a couple of bottles of Roaming Buffalo Smoked Palisade Peach BBQ Sauce delivered to the house today. I'm excited to give it a try. I'm hoping that one day we will dine at the Roaming Buffalo in Denver, CO.
I am pretty nervous. I'm going to cook a turkey for the very first time in my 60+ years of life. It is going down later this week. I know my mother must have cooked a turkey in my life, but I really don't remember it. Our kids can say the same thing!
I prefer spicy foods and think turkey is only worthy of after Thanksgiving sandwiches!
Today, while grocery shopping, a turkey caught my eye and I thought, I need to try this. It is too close to Thanksgiving to be cooking it, but it is in my head to do it so, I will. I guess I can slice and freeze it.
Clinton's mother, Peggy Wall, always cooked Thanksgiving. Thanksgiving 2015, was the last holiday she would spend with her family all together. November 1st, tomorrow, she would have been 82. She celebrates where there are no birthdays. Heaven is her home. Happy Birthday, Peggy.
One of my favorite Peggy pictures.
Fresh Find: Looks interesting, this auto air phone holder.