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June, 2022: cancer, illusions


Not the best news, but I discovered a mole on my face which turned out to be cancerous. Our local dermatologist took quick care of it, but it did leave a noticeable scar. Guess that will help if I ever want to have a pirate disguise.

Tanya and Shane were here on a visit, having left their boat in the Bahamas. We had a very good family time, lots of food, and activities. I used my pellet grill to smoke a good-sized brisket, yummy. Used some typical Texas ingredients, too! One of the highlights was a visit to the House of Illusions, where we were able to play with illusions and learn how they were made. Interesting!

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  1. Susan Kercher
    January 16, 2023 at 9:21 am

    John, very glad they took care of that nasty little mole on your face! Also glad you are picking up the blog again. I understand why you stopped…we both are now living a more “normal” lifestyle! We miss the traveling but are comfortable and enjoying being in the house..Susan

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  2. Karen
    January 16, 2023 at 9:27 am

    Wishing ta speedy recovery xx

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