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Iíve reached that point in the day where I am hungry, but itís too late to eat lunch. I do that often. It stinks. Of course, this time I am really, really hungry because I havenít eaten a meal since the Saturday night fish debacle. Madison and I shared some pringles last night, but you know thatís not really all that satisfying.

So I am trying to subsist on orange juice and grapefruit juice. It hasnít made the face cancer go away yet. I wonder what these strange bumps are and how I might go about getting rid of them.

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  1. carol 30.Apr.01 at 2:47 pm

    have you tried cortaid? works for my eczema flare-ups (always attractive).

  2. jodi 30.Apr.01 at 2:51 pm

    do i just smear it on my face?

  3. andrea 30.Apr.01 at 3:18 pm

    Eek! Jodi, eat something! It’s not too late for lunch.

    The cancer on your face is probably a manifestation of your malnutrition.

  4. jodi 30.Apr.01 at 3:24 pm

    yeah, but after you’ve been really very sick, aren’t you afraid to eat? i am afraid to eat at the moment. though i think i will eat when i get home.

  5. carol 30.Apr.01 at 4:10 pm

    well it can’t be scurvy, what with all the citrus you’re ingesting. andrea’s right. eat something. your body is saying “feed me jodi!” and yes, just rub a dab of cortaid on the bumps. not a lot, just a little. it’s concentrated.

  6. andrea 30.Apr.01 at 5:03 pm

    Yeah, it is hard to eat again after having been really sick. I wrote something on my page today about an experience I had that was a lot like yours, and I didn’t eat for at least a day after that, too.

  7. Skattieboy 30.Apr.01 at 7:04 pm

    Sounds possibly allergic to me. Are the bumps itchy?

    Oh, and you should definitely eat something. I’m full of sage advice, am I not?