|Roseacea causes red face|
Ten minutes, I answer.
"Ten minutes? And you see a difference? That doesn't make sense, you have fair skin, you shouldn't tan at all." I just shrug my shoulders. Dr. L is almost as white as the shorts I am wearing in the photo.
The hair on my body is short, baby fine and blonde and I have so little of it that I don't have to shave my legs! Yippee! This amazes Dr. L, she just can't believe it. She says I am the least hairiest adult she has ever seen and asks if I have always been like that. No, I answer, I used to have thick black hair all over me. She looks puzzled again, and then laughs. I'm not sure she understands my weird sense of humor.
|Tiny toe nail|
What can I say? I am an anomaly, I shouldn't tan, but I do. I shouldn't have Parkinson's either, but I do. I shouldn't be a Happy Parkie, but I am.
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