We’ve lots of pricey items that we’ve coveted, needed, loved in our life.
But this inexpensive item is one of my daily favorites now; our $7.95 milk frother.Why didn’t all of you tell me that I needed this before?
Why hold out on me? I thought we were friends.
The Coach and I are trying to limit our dairy and sugar; frothing a little bit of low fat milk makes it seem like MORE milk; and it’s magical in my coffee.
Oh, how I love my morning cup of joe.
I had some work done last week. You know I’m pretty forthcoming with my vanity issues. Some of this work was for medical reasons, some was for vanity.
The Coach thinks I’m crazy, but he knew what he was getting into way back in 1985 when I had my lip gloss collection organized by flavor and season.
I had my varicose (veryclose) veins treated; I had some large ones on my left leg that were actually hindering circulation. I know. I felt as though I was moving at half speed. HA.
| That contraption on the stove? I’ll have to blog about that one day….one of Coach’s $$ kitchen gadgets. It looks a bit obscene to me.
I opted to have the extra large veins on my hands done at the same time. That’s the vanity part. I’m glad I did. I had the hands of an 80 year old woman. I’m not exaggerating. I never exaggerate.
Ok, well I did one time, but that might be an exaggeration.
I had my spider veins treated back in 2010.
There was some improvement, but they came back. This newer treatment is more invasive; will hopefully keep the larger/varicose veins at bay.
They poke a hole in the vein, then shove a tubelike laser inside and blast them.
You’ll notice I’m not a licensed Dr. with that type of verbiage.
I don’t want to point fingers, but my Mom had more visible veins on her legs than any human on the planet. This is hereditary; just like our shining personalities.
I won’t share the photos of my hands yet because I’m still bruised; but I can already see improvement. I believe I’ll have the hands of a 60year soon; which is ok, since I’m almost 48. I call that progress.
I’m going with the old fashioned (Advanced Surface Ablation ) laser surgery as opposed to the lasik flavor.
The Dr. thought that would be better for my situation; my eyes are dry people.
This procedure will require a bit more of a recovery time. A few days as opposed to an actual day. My vision should be fabulous within a week or two.
I’m really hoping that this laser surgery will give me the super powers to start fires with my eyes. That would come in handy when I encounter A-holes.
I’m kidding. I won’t actually burn people with my eyes.
Or will I?
Have a great weekend my friends!