A Story From My Childhood
As a child, I remember my folks talking about friends and relatives describing how they looked. This usually happened when they had not seen someone for some time. It went something like this: “Aunt Alice looked good today”. Or, “Char didn’t look too good last night”.
At the time, I thought Aunt Alice looked like Aunt Alice and Char looked like Char. I didn’t notice any difference. Well, we now know that we can learn a lot looking into a person’s face. Are they gaining weight, troubled, happy etc.
Sandy takes a photograph of me the morning of each chemo treatment. Take a look at my photo and see if you think I “look good” or “not too good”.