Up, Up, And Away …

I’m in San Francisco today and part of tomorrow.

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I love my adventures up north.

It’s been about four months since my last visit, but it seems like much longer.

I, intentionally, didn’t overbook my brief stay in the city.

I’ll be bopping around to different locations over the next several days so blog posts might be sporadic.

I’ll update when I have time to do so.

(Paul Newman said he wants to see photos of grapes once I get to Napa.)

In other weird, annoying, news …

I’ve had an irritating, itchy, hot (!??!), rash on my bum arm and shoulder for over a week.

It’s driving me crazy and I have no idea what caused it or why it won’t go away.

I’ve tried cortisone cream and benadryl cream.

Did I mention it’s very uncomfortable?

If any of you have any ideas, suggestions, rash home remedies – please let me know.

Traveling, and shooting, with it isn’t ideal.

8 Responses to “Up, Up, And Away …”

  1. Margie

    I would try Aveeno baby eczema therapy moisturizing cream. It has calmed down my skin numerous times and leaves it nice and soft. I hope that helps you!

    • Suzanne

      Thanks – I’ll see if I can find some during my travels!

  2. yvonne nc

    Suzanne -Lord I hope it’s not shingles. If it starts a burning sensation, get to the Doctor. It’s not fun at all.

    • Suzanne

      I think it’s an allergic reaction to something …..

  3. Mary Jo

    I was just in SF at that same spot last weekend! I might add that your photo is stunning!!
    I hope your rash isn’t shingles. I have never had shingles but have heard it is very, very painful. Try Cerave cream to see if it will go away. This is what the doctor prescribed for my niece who has eczema. It works for her.

    • Suzanne

      Thank you.
      I don’t think it’s shingles …

  4. Jan's Sushai Bar

    I LOVE that photo. LOVE it.

    Depending on where you’ve been shooting, you may have come into contact with something plant-wise that has given you the rash. And I wouldn’t rule out the shingles, either – is it painful to have even clothing next to it? Does it look like little blisters? If that’s what it is, you may not have any choice but to just wait it out. There’s stuff the doctor can prescribe for shingles that will help, but you have to begin taking it at the first sign of the rash. If that’s what it is, after a week it’s probably too late for any medication.

    • Suzanne

      Thank you.
      It’s one of my favorite photos too.

      I don’t think it’s shingles, but then … what do I know?


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