As the allergist had me roll up my sleeves to prick my skin for a common allergen test, a frown creased her pretty face.
“Will this be okay?” I asked.
She ran her fingers up and down my right forearm. She tapped a small patch, right along the line where the hair grows thick.
“Here,” she said and then tapped a place right near the elbow on my left forearm, matching–and not mirroring–the right. “And here.”