Sunday, September 28, 2014

9/22/2014 - 9/28/2014

Another quite week here at Val's in the deep south of Texas. A visit to the Dermatologist on Wednesday revealed that three of the four biopsies were negative and the fourth will be removed by MOHS surgery on this coming Tuesday. 

The other event was the arrival of my neighbors Ken and Lyn from where I last saw them in Cortez Colorado. On the way here they stopped in Albuquerque and traded trailers. So the have a new home to break in.

Other activity of course was watching the Cardinals struggle to wrap of the division title which they were finally able to do on the last day of the season. Football was also good this weekend with the teams I follow all winning. 

The temperatures have still been high and the humidity even higher and a bit more rain. We now stand at 10.52 inches since I arrived on the 6th.

And that concludes another week here in paradise.

14 comments:

  1. Good news about the three. Praying that the fourth will be taken care of successful.

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    1. They always have been before and I'm sure this will be no different.

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  2. Good to get number four taken care of so quickly. We certainly want you to get that taken care of so you can enjoy your sports watching with no worries on your mind other than if your teams will win! :c)

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  3. I saw on Facebook that the wildlife refuge in Los Fresnos was closed due to a flooded road, I hope that you are not getting flooded.

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    1. We've had plenty of rain, but it was needed and the flooding was mostly temporary.

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  4. Quiet week for you besides the 4 th cell. It's good to get it taken care of right away. I know all will go well.

    We are into cool but windy right now. This has been a strange monsoon season for all.

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    1. I'm sure we'll get that little spot taken care of Tuesday.

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  5. I am sure the farmers appreciated all that beneficial rain.

    Being thinking a lot about the Valley especially my old stomping grounds...Edinburg...though I don't have a clue as to why :(

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    1. After all the dry years I think your right, the farmers should be happy.

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  6. You should be busy starting Friday with the play offs. Go Cards. Herb leaves for N.D. I'm am to go duck hunting so I won't have to put up with Dodger fan in this house.

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