Red, splotchy and sore…

The title of this post sounds like a bad law firm name. A few pics from yesterday morning before applying more %#~¥+~?!  fluorouracil 5 on day 8. Not exactly the way you might be used to seeing me on the boob tube. The deep red marks are incredibly painful and grow more numerous everyday…so I’ve got that to look forward to. At this rate I will be ready for a walk on role on The Walking Dead sometime late next week. 

Thanks for stopping by, God Bless

-Ian

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Author: ianmn

FOX 9 Chief Meteorologist Ian Leonard...love my life, love my wife, love my daughters and love my dog...kinda like the cat. I am the #stayskyaware dude.

22 thoughts on “Red, splotchy and sore…”

  1. Ouch!! That does look really painful. I wish I had some great advice or words of wisdom. Please know that you have a ton of people pulling for and supporting you. Sending lots of prayers and positive vibes your way!! Stay Strong!!

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  2. Ouch!! That looks painful! But in the long run, it will all pay off!! Mother Nature is obviously ticked off that you’re not forecasting & is making us all pay!! Big time!! Please hurry back!! 😜

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  3. Thank you for sharing your journey! I know this must be so difficult to let everyone in on such a painful experience. We are praying for you, but you’ve got this!

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  4. Sorry to hear about this latest course of treatment. If there’s any good to be had, my 96 year old mother just finished with this same topical chemo and once everything healed, the area of treatment was smooth as a baby’s cheek! Hope to see you at Lifetime soon. Best to you and your family.

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  5. You are such an inspiration to even be sharing your journey ! Have been saying prayers regularly for you and your family and support of your courage. #rolemodel #inspiration #believe

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  6. Your face looks very painful – no pain pills? Would sticking your face outside for a minute help? I feel so bad – how long does this procedure last? Still praying for you my friend. Chris

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  7. Hang in there Ian!! You are strong, look great and will beat this!! Signed, a wife of a prostate cancer survivor too!! xxox 🙏🏻

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  8. You are an amazing man. I wonder if you know how enlighteng I find the information you are sharing with your followres. I hope in some small measure the sharing is helping you in your journey.

    Gail

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  9. Ian, I know it is a hard, painful, and rough time…but you will get through it all. There are lots of well wishes coming your way from us. When I had to go through 6 months of chemo, I visualize the drugs doing their pack man thing of eating up all the bad cancer cells. Your red blotches are eating up bad and probably some good cells too. Hang in there and we are with you every step of the way. 💙

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  10. Oh, Ian, I feel so bad for you. I can see the pain in your face. I am praying for you daily. Thank you for sharing your journey. Having very fair skin, I have not been much of a sun worshipper, more like LaRue on Gidget.

    Yes, Red, Splotchy and Sore does sound like a law firm. Just like the one I use; Dewey, Cheatem & Howe.

    You have the perfect platform to share with others the damage that the sun can do to the skin. You can get the word out to the young folks in Middle School and High School and they can actually see what can happen to wanting that perfect tan.

    God Bless you and your family Ian!

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