|Arlene: Hello. So I went to Dr. Nassif’s office yesterday. It was my thirteenth day after surgery. He removed the… he removed my tape and as you can see I’m really swollen. He said that I’m really swollen and that it’s going to take about three to four months for the swelling to go down. I was kind of a little bit bummed out because I guess I was expecting, you know, to see, like, results right away. Yeah, so it’s really swollen right here on this side because they were going to add cartilage over to my left side because that was the side that was collapsing. And it’s a little bit swollen on my right side and it’s swollen up here still. The doctor said to just do massages, like to massage… massage it and just press on it five to seven times a day so that the swelling can go down. I tried the hyperbaric oxygen tank yesterday and the ultrasound with Aubrey to see if maybe that would help with swelling. I don’t see that much of a difference yet. It’s still really swollen so I guess I just have to be patient like the doctor said and hopefully the swelling will go down. I’m going to put on makeup for… for the first time tomorrow. I have to go back to work so… so hopefully it looks better. I’m just going to try and put a little bit of bronzer on the side. That’s what people are telling me to do. But I feel fine. I can… I can breathe okay. I can breathe fine. The doctor says that it’s still a little bit swollen inside so that’s the reason why I can’t breathe 100% yet, but I’m probably about 90… 90%. I guess that’s it. I will talk to you guys tomorrow. Hopefully the swelling will go down every day when I talk to you guys. All right, see you guys later. Bye.