Saturday, August 19, 2017

The long and the short of it

While in college I went over a year without having to wear long pants. All shorts all the time. I'm definitely not a fan of long pants (or ties). Since retiring about 3 weeks ago, I've gone the whole time in shorts. That alone makes retirement worth it. I do still need to add to my Hawaiian shirt collection. There's a place here in Long Beach that is always selling second hand shirts for ten bucks. Leslie and I have been meaning to get some.

This week coming up I am off to Chicago for a couple of days to sit on a panel to talk about the patience experience taking darzalex. Should be fun. The only downside is that it is business casual, meaning I have to break out the work slacks and a long sleeve shirt (also known as a full hands shirt per my buddy Shashank).

Week 3 was pretty nice. Where I did think about work a bit weeks 1 and 2. There was none of that week 3. Of course I was bit occupied. Monday was another MOHS surgery on my forehead. This one was a bit deeper and longer and was pretty darn painful Monday night. Friday was my monthly chemo. 5 hours no problem. Snoozed almost the whole time.

Still pondering what is next for me. I've got time to figure it out.

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