Monday, November 5, 2012

Science Will Have to Wait For Another Day

It's been awhile since I posted anything semi-serious with respect to autoimmune disease.....but to tell y'all the truth I'm just not in the mood to be serious about anything right now. Which, I suppose, is actually a good thing.

I feel as though fall is really here; who wants to be serious when there's pumpkins to decorate and Thanksgiving meals to plan and Christmas lists to make?

Not me.

And it's hard to be too serious when I'm just beginning to enjoy another upswing in my energy thanks to my recent infusion of rituximab. And when I have a new toy -- photoshop -- to play around with and explore.

Wanna see my first photoshopped picture?

Can't find the "before" version, but just imagine the above with about seven other people in the picture. Seriously.

Bwahahaha. I'm envisioning all sorts of evil good uses for this wonderful piece of software.


Blogger Mama said...

It looks fabulous!

ShEiLa said...

I love it! I didn't realize that with photoshop you could remove people. Shows you what I 'don't' know.

You will be having too much fun for science for sure.


Orb Weaver said...

It's amazing; I didn't realize that I am related to AND married to AND friends with at least ten photo-shop geniuses; something tells me that I won't need to worry at all about editing our wedding pictures!

Anonymous said...

Beautiful picture!
Glad to hear you're feeling better.
I'm sorry if you've answered this before, but, how did you and your doctor decide to use rituxan? And what meds are you on in addition to that? Are you still on prednisone? I'm on methylprednisone & Plaquenil, but have been in bed for almost month, must be something else to try.

Thank you!

Unknown said...

Hey - do you take photoshop requests! Have fun!! And you are right - good to get into the spirit of the season upon us! Best medicine is joy!!!