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Scar Cover Up Make Up
- A loose outer garment, typically worn over a swimsuit or exercise outfit
- concealment that attempts to prevent something scandalous from becoming public
- A cover-up is an attempt, whether successful or not, to conceal evidence of wrong-doing, error, incompetence or other embarrassing information. The expression is usually applied to people in authority who abuse their power to avoid or silence criticism.
- An attempt to prevent people's discovering the truth about a serious mistake or crime
- cover: hide from view or knowledge; "The President covered the fact that he bugged the offices in the White House"
- a mark left (usually on the skin) by the healing of injured tissue
- scratch: an indication of damage
- The manufacturer or trade name of a particular product
- give certain properties to something; "get someone mad"; "She made us look silly"; "He made a fool of himself at the meeting"; "Don't make this into a big deal"; "This invention will make you a millionaire"; "Make yourself clear"
- The making of electrical contact
- brand: a recognizable kind; "there's a new brand of hero in the movies now"; "what make of car is that?"
- The structure or composition of something
16 Things about me you may or may not know
1. I have a scar on the top of my head about the size of a quarter which is slick and shiny. I got it from crawling into a steam heater as an infant, and growing up, I couldn't stand to have a crew cut or buzz cut, because it could be seen.
2. I wasn't allowed to stay up past 8pm until I was 13 years old. At 13, I could stay up till 9.
3. One of my best friends and I used to take his shaving cream cans from a live-in houseguest and shoot them with b-b guns in the alley, spraying the shaving cream EVERYWHERE. The live-in houseguest never figured out where his shaving cream cans went....
4. I spent over 10 ? years in the Navy, and while serving I went on two 6-month deployments, visiting Italy, Spain, Portugal, Israel, France, Greece, Turkey, UAE, Panama, Cabo, Ecuador, and Guatemala. I got out as a First Class Electrician's Mate, and now I'm a cop.
5. I used to be absolutely certain that I knew more than my parents did, and that I knew what was best for me. Looking back, I should have had the snot slapped out of me a whole lot more than I did.
6. My friends and I would run on the roofs at the grade school we went to, jumping from rooftop to rooftop, while playing “Tag.”
7. I once shot my big brother in the chest with his b-b gun. After he handed it to me. After I gave him my solemn word I would not shoot him in the chest.
8. When I was about 4 and my brother was 6, we both got in trouble for pissing on the Hungry Hungry Hippos game that sat on the closet floor in our bedroom.
9. I've made a cherry pie from absolute scratch, including picking the cherries off the tree outside and making the crust.
10. I'm 5'11” tall, but my brother Bobbo is 5 inches or so taller than I am, and 10 years younger.
11. I like reading sci-fi novels and turn of the century murder mysteries. My favorite series is the Sherlock Holmes stories, which I've read all of more than 3 times each.
12. I've read 1984 (by George Orwell) so many times I've lost count.
13. My favorite type of beer is constantly changing. Right now my favorite type of beer are the winter seasonal brews.
14. I have gotten tattooed 10 times. Only two of them were by the same person, and all-in-all it's cost me about $1500 (not counting a cover-up).
15. I became a shellback on August 20, 2003, at longitude 082.6.
16. Almond. Rocha.
It's so hard to watch someone you care about going through all of this. With the radiation, the big thing was that it was making her feel really drained all of the time and the burns on her face and neck were extremely painful. It seems like it's one thing after the other.
In the picture above, you can see the Scar from her surgeries where they removed the melanoma. The first Surgery scar runs from the handle of her glasses to the bottom of her ear lobe. The second surgery, when the tumor grew under where the mole was 6 months after the 1st surgery, runs from the middle of her ear to her neck. That second scar is much more noticeable because they had to dig deeper. After she healed from the surgeries, she had to start radiation. The Radiation not only made her sick and weak, but she also lost a lot of hair which you can kind of see on the back of her neck and how high her hair line went. It was actually a lot worse in the back but no one can really see since the rest of her hair does a great job of covering it up. She compared the feeling of the radiation on her neck to a chemical burn. As you can see from the picture, it doesn't look fun and it definitely wasn't. Once that cleared up she had to start on the Interferon which was a whole other world of discomfort. I told Sara she was my new Hero for going through all of this and not calling it quits half way through. After the first couple of days of feeling like she did I would have told everyone to fuck off and I would want to take the chance that the cancer may come back. Sara is one of the strongest people I know to be able to deal with all of this the way she has been.
As of Friday Apr. 11 2008, she has finished the IV portion of her Interferon treatment. They will be giving her a week off before starting her Shot portion. Instead of receiving an IV 5 times a week, she will be receiving a shot with half her dose 3 times a week for 11 months. It's going to be a long time to go through this, I just hope she doesn't get as sick as she has been with the IV. Thankfully, the doctors have given her the week off so she can celebrate her 21st birthday on the 17th w/o feeling so sick.
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