Today was 'taking my mole to the doctor' day. I rarely go to the doctor and I don't think I have been since before Covid so it was strange going into a spaced out waiting room, masked and hand =sterilised, to wait spaced out until - half an hour later I was called in to see the skin specialist. She praised the photograph I sent her on line when making the appointment, said it was the clearest she had ever been sent (my son took it with his new camera so he will be pleased) and told me the pattern on the side of my nose was not skin cancer but was some unpronounceable named thing which will repond to chemotherapy, and gave me a prescription.
I saw a dear old friend who has passed her hundred since Covid began and still looks as fit as a flea. She is beginning to lose her memory but physically looks very well.
Friend W called this afternoon for a chat. I am always pleased to see friends. Now that I am fairly immobile it is always good to have callers - passes the day well. I usually manage to fulfil my speaking to at least six people each day target. I easily managed it today by going to the doctor, having the taxi to take me there and back, meeting the old friend at the doctors, having the friend call this afternoon, speaking to the doctor of course - it soon adds up and stops me feeling lonely.
Rain is forecast for tomorrow and today it has been cloudy and not very warm all day. I had the central heating on for an hour at tea time but it has soon switched off - it is that time of the year when things soon warm up if you switch the heating on.Take care friends - until tomorrow. See you then.