Re: OT: How safe is Facebook?
- From: Quentin Grady <quentin@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Wed, 04 Mar 2009 15:56:54 +1300
On Wed, 18 Feb 2009 03:04:05 -0500, DonnaB shallotpeel
I hope you are doing better & better.
I definitely am. I had the stitches removed from the scalp where they
removed the squamous cancer. It is already taking around the
periphery but not in the centre where it goes down to the skull ie
through the periostium. It would be wishful thinking to get that to
take now. What will happen is it will be replaced slowly from the
periphery. Hope that all makes sense. What made most sense was the
beautiful smiles of the nurse and the doctor. They were so happy with
the results. Another instance of "If you're happy, I'm happy."
Everything worked to plan except the doctors camera. He wanted some
snaps for the computer. <grin>
I am to go back on Friday and next Monday to have dressings changed.
The Friday appointment will be fitted in before having two teeth
removed. The other great bit of news is my neutrophils, the standard
measure of immunity is not only in the normal range but near the top
ie 6 with the normal range being 2 to 8.
Thanks for asking.
I am trying to catch up on over 1500 posts. ;*^)
WoW. To much for me.
I'm on Facebook & I enjoy it, regularly. It has convinced me of the value of
social networking. I think it has replaced some of the enjoyable online
community forms that have either been dying down or have been splintering into
a different, same purpose group, over & over.
Now that is interesting. When I have more time I might consider it.
I'm on MySpace, too, and I have never done much with it & never will, I guess.
I looked at, signed up for, Twitter, but I just don't see the point.
Does Twitter have the same intent?
Quentin Grady ^ ^ /
New Zealand, >#,#< [
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"... and the blind dog was leading."