Thursday, July 18, 2019

I went downtown with the sign this morning. Rain was maybe coming. The subway wasn't crowded. I said good morning to the three Jehovah's Witness women I see every day when I get off the train. They wanted to know the latest on my shoulder. They said it was going to rain. 

After 30 minutes big drops started to come down. I headed back to the subway quickly. I didn't want my shirt to get real wet. I didn't want to have to take off the sling and a heavy wet shirt when I got home.

The Mt. Sinai dermatologist I saw yesterday about the nickel rash on my hands from the iPhone, which is a concern because the new shoulder would contain some nickel, said her three-part, four-day test couldn't be done until September. I called my surgeon and left that message. We'll see what develops. Oy.

Monday, July 15, 2019

I've held the sign with one hand since I injured my shoulder big-time. I'm having surgery tomorrow morning. I'll get back to it soon.