Welcome to one and all on this Thursday, August 6, 2015. We are pretty much pleased with the medical services that cover our healthcare. But, even if you like it, it can be tedious at times. The other day I needed to get some age spots checked on my face. Why? I'm an entertainer. You know. Santa Claus. I had talked to a lady in our Church about them using the laser on them. She told me they would need to be cleared by a dermatologist before they could remove them. No big deal. I sent a note to my primary care to find out if he would refer or do I need to pay for an outside doctor. He gave me a referral. Good. I sent that doctor a request for an appointment. I went forth and back via email but finally secured one. It will be on December 1st. Here's the funny thing. That's about three months away but I received a call from a lady wanting to know if I had been out of the country or if I had any contact with someone who was exposed to the EBOLA virus. Within the last 120 days. No and No. She said that based on my responses they could now confirm my appointment. For December 1st. A lot could happen between now and then but for right now I suppose I'm on their agenda. I will have to continue using the cosmetic make up for this upcoming holiday season but I will try to get something done next year. Welcome to the world where a pie slice of your time will be consumed in chasing the medical process, especially as you get older.