So, today was the day. Me hubs got a little nervous.
Goodbye mole. Me hubs regretted not plucking the mole hair.
The waiting area is nice with running water and fish to calm the nerves. Don't want any patients to flee!
I don't think the clinic is prepared for Big Foot. (I got to wear the plastic bags over my sandals too!)
In the studio for a Before photo. The photographer didn't say "smile".
The doc is just giving jabs to numb the skin. Me hubs acted like a baby and asked to be put to sleep. The doc declined
We had to wait a short while before the doc start CUTTING the mole out. I think me hubs is stoned. (on imaginary drugs)
I didn't get to witness the actual surgery. It was over very quickly. The bandage gave me a fright though. Can you imagine how scary he would look if he had removed all 3 moles at once?
We got to bring home the excised mole. The hair is still intact. I knew the kids would be grossed out. Couldn't wait to show them! It'll be one week before the stitches come off and we can see what the scar looks like.
Exciting day for me. Now, you all remember why you came to my blog in the first place? Yes, my bags. I have one to show you.
It's another of my one-ring wonder bag. But look at the gorgeous blue. Another cotton canvas from kiyohara.
It's the bottom shot again! I'm getting just a tiny bit tired of making bottoms this way.
It's a recessed zipper bag. If you're wondering what the bit of red in the lining is, it's the pocket. See you guys real soon.
My name is Jane. I live in Singapore with my 2 kids, hubs, a few hundred bags and a growing bag pattern empire. Thanks for visiting my blog. This is where I share my journey thru' bag making. Okay, it's not always about bags but one thing I can promise you - every bag has a story.