Wednesday, December 14, 2011

Is that a desert you're wearing or is it just your skin?

So, it seems that another side effect of Tarceva is dry skin. Now, we're not talking run of the mill it's winter and I need a little lotion kind of dry skin, we're talking award winning, parched, arid, an inch of rain per year, Gobi desert, will the rainy season start already, I can't even believe this is humanly possible kind of dry skin. Who knew you could have skin that feels like it belongs to an elephant? Certainly not me. At any moment I expect to see a herd of Wilda beasts running across my thighs. I'd really rather it be a miniature sleigh and eight tiny reindeer - it is that season after all. I guess I'm a one woman safari experience, and I didn't even have to leave home!!!


  1. Oh man! Who knew you wrote so well! I'm enjoying your musings very much. Will call again soon . . . Love, Jacquie

  2. 6 FLAGS GREAT come FRAN!!!!

  3. Wow! I can almost hear the wind whipping accross the sand.



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