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Update on my website
« on: March 27, 2021, 12:02:40 pm »

LuLa Friends,

I have just completed a major reorganization of my Photography website to make it somewhat simpler and less cluttered. If you have time to check it out, please send comments to me at ericmyrvaagnes@gmail.com. The website address is www.myrvaagnes.com, which takes you directly to my photography.

I have also now posted a report on my kidney website, ericneedsakidney.org, twelve months after my kidney transplant.

         
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Re: Update on my website
« Reply #1 on: March 27, 2021, 12:47:01 pm »

I just started to look at your reorganized website.
WOW
I'm a fan.
I love your photography, Eric.
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Re: Update on my website
« Reply #2 on: March 27, 2021, 01:50:02 pm »

Site is looking good, health is looking good, and I enjoyed hearing your flute clip :)

Keep up with those trips to the derm - my wife is a multiple time melanoma survivor, and her visits (every 6 months) have caught *4* instances and kept her treatment limited to just surgeries and no metastatic instances for 15 years.  Early detection will keep you aways form the nasty stuff.

Keep kicking ass :)

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Re: Update on my website
« Reply #3 on: March 27, 2021, 04:36:24 pm »

I just started to look at your reorganized website.
WOW
I'm a fan.
I love your photography, Eric.
Thanks, Rab. My next planned change is to make the images larger for those with bugger screens than mine.
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« Reply #4 on: March 27, 2021, 04:45:39 pm »

Site is looking good, health is looking good, and I enjoyed hearing your flute clip :)

Keep up with those trips to the derm - my wife is a multiple time melanoma survivor, and her visits (every 6 months) have caught *4* instances and kept her treatment limited to just surgeries and no metastatic instances for 15 years.  Early detection will keep you aways form the nasty stuff.

Keep kicking ass :)
Thanks, James.

I had a neighbor who died of Melanoma about twenty years ago, so I am properly careful. My brother had a facial blemish spotted by a dentist a few years ago, which turned out to be a melanoma, but was caught quickly enough to be completely removed. So he, like me, sees his dermatologist every six months for a thorough checkup. I have had by now close to twenty skin cancers removed, but all of them so far have been either Basal Cell or Squamous, the two minor varieties.

The immunosuppressive drugs I now have to take for the rest of my life increase my susceptibility to skin cancers, so I am doubly cautious. Thanks for the warning.
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