Yesterday, while lamenting middle age (I'm 43), I made mention of some mysterious growths on my neck. After doing a quick Google search, I found out they are harmless nodules called "skin tags." My next question: How in the hell do I get rid of them?
The Cascade Valley Hospital Foundation is accepting donations for Oso Landslide Relief. All donations are tax deductible and 100% of the money will go to the Oso fund with no overhead costs. To give:
Earlier today, I received and e-mail from a friend of mine, who is originally from the Arlington area, that had been forwarded to her regarding a friend that is still missing following Saturday's massive mudslide that has already killed 14 people.
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