Up on Blocks

Up on Blocks

This is my second effort at this idea.

I've tried to make this into an avatat, but you can't read the spine of the book when I do this.  I hope this "artistic" effort works better.  Ken

Antiinfectives for coinfections

Antiinfectives for coinfections

Antinfectives

Old Convertible

Old Convertible

Inland Sea

Inland Sea This is a pastel painting I did of an incoming Wyoming storm. It makes a good metaphor for our journeys.

Merry Christmas and tons of health next year

Merry Christmas and tons of health next year

Not over yet

Not over yet

Seasonal love

Seasonal love Wishing you all peace and love during the festive season.   And a healthy and prosperous new year.

Michele's hair image

Michele's hair image During a recent spring clean of the website some of the images from my hair raising story disappeared so these are just replacements, not new images of my head.   Except one of course....

Michele's hair image

Michele's hair image

Michele's hair image

Michele's hair image

Michele's hair image

Michele's hair image

Michele's hair image

Michele's hair image

Michele's hair image

Michele's hair image

Look at me now!

Look at me now!

Ok, so I want to be noticed a little bit.   I have spent too many years in the doldrums not to be a little bit outrageous.

I enjoyed the experience of being fussed over and changed....

Before the visit to the hair stylist

Before the visit to the hair stylist

I thought I would show you the state of my hair before I visit the hair stylist on Thursday.   I'll show you an after too....   Hamish took this picture whilst I was sitting on Eastbourne seafront yesterday.   I was on my way to have a consultation with the hair stylist and make the appointment.   A red letter day for me.

For those who don't know when I started the protocol I had very little hair and what was there was white, now it is a steel grey (for the time being) which means that a lot of my dark hair has grown back.   If you want to see what it was like when I started take a look at my story< the patient's stories.

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