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wavybrains

Thanks for the funny update, Geo. Baggage, if you feel well enough to read comments later, I have yet to meet a prescription painkiller (other than Ibfrofen) that didn't make my depression much, much worse. Don't suffer in silence! If your depression is much worse than you expected post-surgery ask for a switch of pain meds. Here's to hoping you feel much much better tommorrow in any case.

achromic

Some times me and John are in diffrent places about things. It can be one of the most ... irratating, frustrating things in a relationship when you can see things in the postive light when the other is still greiving and sad. We get that way about money. As long as we have a dollor between us then John thinks life is good..... I need like at least 1k in the savings account and no bills coming to take it away before I feel sorta ok. It can cause some of the most bitter words between us. Both of us can intellectually understand the others point but emotionally we just don't get where the other is. And no matter what the great guru's say about there being no "wrong" feelings....we both think the others feelings are just mishapen and wrong. But we love each other.... with all of that and we do figure it out, carefully aware that our words hurt. I am impressed that you are so aware in your relationship with Bag's. She is such a beutiful wonderful person. And it is always easier to dismiss someones pain and anger when you are not there but you don't sound like you are doing that at all. You just sound painfully aware that someone you love is hurting from something that you cannot change.

delightfulduchess/CubbieMom/Nana

Good Job Geo.!!!! Maybe those "capris" were meant for you, well they would be capris for you! Anyway, glad some laughter was shared and as I told her a few hours ago, time will heal all her boo boos and she will become physically, mentally and emotionally better.

Thanks for taking care of both my girls!

delightfulduchess/CubbieMom/Nana

Good Job Geo.!!!! Maybe those "capris" were meant for you, well they would be capris for you! Anyway, glad some laughter was shared and as I told her a few hours ago, time will heal all her boo boos and she will become physically, mentally and emotionally better.

Thanks for taking care of both my girls!

edited: Tell "baggage" to hurry up, the Kohl's 15% discount ends on Wed. and we need to place an order!!!!!! Lets get our priorities in order here!

Beth

Thank you Geo. I appreciate the update. After I had my galbladder out all I wore were loose dresses for about a week -- and every one of my three incisiosn were belly button or higher.

Baggage, take care of yourself honey. Elphaba won't let you down.

Krissy

Geo, you're such a good man to your girl. Please tell her from me that I'm thinking about her. Please remind her that she is absolutely allowed to be happy about the healthy ovary and tube and also at the same time crushingly depressed about the left ovary and tube, and the reason that they are damaged.

The pain she's feeling isn't just the pain of the here-and-now, but the pain of years of torture and the total unfairness of what she's suffered.

Imagine being through all she's been through, having worked through all she's worked through, and discovering one day as a 27 year old adult that even now it isn't over. Even now there are still horrible consequences for being in the wrong place at the wrong time.

Please remind her that it's NOT HER FAULT.

Please be careful and don't try too hard to "cheer her up". She probably needs a lot more than a pep talk. I'm guessing what she needs most is time.

Please send her my love and email me when you can.

Krissy Poopyhands

Jo in Utah

Geo, you are the best guy ever and Baggage is blessed to have you in her life. Glad to hear you three could find a moment to laugh. You all need it. Good thoughts heading your way for all of you to feel better.

cluttergirl

Drat. Unfortunately baggage girl has been adamantly clear that we cannot have Geo. Dang. Now why couldn't I find even a smidgen of Geo?? Thanks for the guest entry and making our baggage laugh!! I hope that the mourning of Galinda goes well and we will be celebrating the health and future prospects of the good ovary and tube in the next few months!

Amber Kelps

Hello everyone...looking forward to using this site!

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