As I get older, it has become apparent to me, that my skin is going to continue to become more loose and baggy on my flesh. That is disheartening, and troubling to me. I was actually quite a beautiful girl, when I was young, but that beauty is starting to fade. I do not want to let it fade, and so I have been looking at Ulthera in Singapore as a procedure to go through, in order to tighten my skin and make me seem to appear a bit younger than I actually am right now. I do not think that it would be very easy for me to look younger, without going through some sort of procedure.
I do not know enough knowledge about how this procedure works yet, to know if it is right for me. That is why I am on the internet right now, even though I did get kind of caught up in writing this blog. I do feel like I do not get enough time to write these anymore though, so when I get on the computer, I try to pump out something real quick, and then I move on with whatever it was that I got on the computer to do in the first place.
But anyway, I have heard some good things about this type of treatment, I just don’t know if those things can be substantiated, and so I need to learn more. I have always been a very cautious person, and I like to learn as much as I can about anything, and I mean anything, before I pay for it. I think it is a good policy, and it has not let me down yet. So I will get to work on doing some reading on this product now.
I started out when I got home Friday. I took off from work after lunch and got my pressure washer out. I went around the house getting the shutters, the gutters, the porch, the deck and the driveway. Of course I got a really nice pressure washer and you can not just pound stuff with it, or you will tear up the stuff that you are trying to clean. In fact if I aim it at the bricks above the patio I can see the water running blood red off it, of course that is the pressure washer destroying the brick piece by piece and turning it into sand. I have damaged my deck like that, trying to get that nasty green pollen off it with a pressure washer. Of course the way to get that stuff off of your deck is to use bleach, but at the time I had not learned that right then. It was one of those things.
Saturday morning I got up and started cleaning up the storage building. We are going to move it on to the land we bought from the farmer who lives behind us. He sold me this sliver of land which really was not a lot of use to him. It was on the wrong side of the creek, which is now more or less the property line. The land is too rocky to build on. In fact it seems like they must have dragged a bunch of big rocks to that piece of land when they were using my land for farming. At any rate the land is just about perfect for me to get because I just did this on a barter type of arrangement. I am going to do some accounting for the farmer and he will give me the land for a nominal price.