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Frozen Fever has Arrived!
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Forget spring fever ... Disney® Frozen Fever is heating things up at Cricut! Elsa, Anna, Olaf, and friends can all be printed in 50 beautiful, full-color images! You simply print the colorful, fun Disney® images that you want, and then cut them with Cricut Explore®.

You can also try out the images in Cricut Design Space™ before you buy! Design Space® gives you access to all of your images and projects from any compatible computer or iPad so you have the creative freedom to design just about anything! You can use the new Disney® Frozen Fever images to make party invitations, decorations, and favors -- even embellishments to your favorite photo memories!

With the Cut What You Want® tool in Design Space®, you can easily convert your Disney® Frozen Fever images -- or even your own design -- into a cuttable image in just a few clicks! Upload and cut .svg, .jpg, .png, .bmp, .gif, and .dxf files absolutely FREE. You can even use fonts already installed on your computer.

Print full color images, such as the new Frozen Fever images, with Cricut Design Space™ and your printer; then cut with your Cricut Explore® machine! Print then Cut gives you flawless results with color bleed, precision cutting and over 50,000 printables.

With Cricut, you'll be able to design your favorite Frozen-themed crafts in less time than it takes to sing "Let It Go!"




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I was raised in South Florida back in the years when it was a peaceful and wonderfully safe place to live. We lived a mile from the beach and could ride our bikes over the intercoastal bridge right to the best beach around. All my years of growing up I was a competitive swimmer and belonged to AAU. I granduated from Florida State University with a BS degree in nursing. I am recently retired but I'm thinking of going back to work to support my hobbies.
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Friday, November 16, 2012


I thought I had an ingrown hair (from shaving my legs) on my left shin, but it didn't get better and sort of scabbed over after about 2 weeks, so I had a surgeon take a look at it.  The next thing I knew I was going in for a biopsy, and when I went in to get my stitches taken out, I found out the lesion was a squamous cell skin cancer.  The most common skin cancer are basal cells, and they mostly stay on the surface and don't tend to be invasive.  Squamous cells are slow growing, tend to involve the top two layers of the epidermis, but they can be invasive if not taken care of completely.  Therefore, right after we get back from Florida, where we're going for Thanksgiving, I will be admitted to the local out-patient surgery center for a more complete excision.  This is going to leave a 6 inch scar right down the middle of the front of my leg, across the shinbone.  

All in all, I'm thankful that I discovered it early, and, most of all, that it wasn't a melanoma.  The surgery doesn't bother me at all - after going through breast cancer, chemo and reconstruction, I can go through this.  I just have to be really vigilant for any and all skin lesions in the future, and so should ALL of you reading this blog!!  Everyone is vulnerable, and skin cancer can even pop up "where the sun don't shine." 


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