Well, I called a family member yesterday to tell her about my surgery. I figured I should let her know instead of her hearing about it afterwards. The conversation went something like this

Me: I’m having some surgery on Friday

Her: What for?

Me: I’m having some work done to my lower eyelids.

Her: I know you’ve got those big bags under your eyes.

Me: Ya…they are caused by Graves Disease.

Her: Grades? Grays?

Me: No, it’s Graves disease.

Her: I’ve never heard of that. You’ve had those bags for a long time.

Me: I’ve had Graves for a long time.

Probably why I’ve never mentioned Graves disease to her before.

Elle

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