i hate to think-- (boy isn't that the way to start the day?????) -- but anyway... i hate to think that chocolate is teh culprit in tachycardia-- but it is loaded with caffeen-- that is enough to upset anyones day...-- however my new blackjeans just fit so teh revelation about chocolate might have dual purposes.
i had alot of advice/coments about 911 and the ER's... this one has posibilities of better service....
Last year I fell \ I broke left wrist, collies fx. You're right, call 911, which I didn't do. Church friend took me to ER. Triage, yes broken arm. I'm white ad a ghost, pain.....off charts. Told to go sit down. Left arm looks really wonky. My Priest came in, because that's what he does. He takes out the oil and begins to anoint me. Orthodox Christians do not have last rites. Anointing is for healing. Prayers being said.
ER Is over flowing since this was around Christmas time. People start whispering, she's dying. I hear " oh why isn't she getting seen by a doctor. Now several people louder stating that I'm dying, since priest is here. Out come 3doctors in a rush. Now my eyes opened wide, what the h..ll. I'm taken FAST in the wheelchair they had me strapped in. The female doctor is pushing me yelling, ONE EYED ER DOCTOR COMING THROUGH. I turned to look, God bless she had one eye. My friend and priest follow.
I'm seen by the doctor, joking saying my priest pushed me, don't joke in ER. If that were true then it would have to be reported.
Moral of story. No need for 911. Have a priest anoint you in ER so people scream, she's dying!
i remember ..... i had a solution ot the crowded doctors office... i used to have janine... then 4-5 years old carry a coffee can like she was about to vomit... and no receptionist or nurse wanted that all over the floor in the waiting room... this was obviously before i married the doctor involved...
later i had another solution to a quick entry to any other crowded waiting room..... the expression heard most often in any office is " where did that pen go?" so i went on ebay and for $40 they sent 1000 pens-- with misprints- wonderful pens... so i would take a shoe box full of pens and the receptionists were beyond thrilled... better than chocolates.. now the pens are ( last i looked) $40 + 20 postage... but they are still a terriffic buy.. we still have boxes full of pens.... they just are not in my drawer
we had many comments about murphy--- poor dog...i had never seen a dog piddle green mixed with blood and urine --along with a few other massive problems-- skin -feet--ears--- elbows... megan is working overtime on him--along with running him next to the golf cart to loosen up his mind with exercise... please no more questions --for which i have no answers anyway....--- we are doing the best we can for the dog. he should be fine....we will be using some of the fun fund to pay for all his meds... so far $395... even at a discount...
it is saturday--- hardly news to our astute camera crowd.... but usually steve shows up abput now with diced ham and chopped chicken ...why? you ask??... apparenelty he works at a school where the cafeteria personell save the diced ham and naked chicken ( all cooked) and he brings it here for the dogs.... and if you believe they get all that diced ham, i have a bridge in brooklyn to sell you.--that ham-- with a bit of diced onnion and yesterday's eggs... is my favorite saturday breakfast... he is usually here before 7 and teh dogs are barking...
time to wind this up and HOPE...
Hello Carlene and everyone! Rogue is doing awesome ! She just had her annual physical and the vet was very impressed with her behavior and how calm she was. Normally I try to get the female vet but we had an older gentleman and he was soo awesome with her. I was impressed because past experience not so great with male vet. Anyway she looks great weighs 125lbs. Eyes , ears and heart is great! She had her vaccines and she is all good. We are ready for our summer adventures. Rogue is so good with children but like Annie she becomes serious when her vest is on. She loves when her vest is on and we go out. She loves to be with us all the time and has been better about not knocking down my 22 month old by mistake ... rogue just loves her so much that she walks beside the baby and makes her trip or gets infront of her to stop her from waking. It is really funny in a good way. Rogue isn't rough or fast but gentle. She becomes very concerned about the baby and where she is. She still protective when strangers come near but is better about it. Anyway rogue has been very healthy no diarrah or vomiting but she did have one UTI but that was resolved with antibiotics... She enjoys just being close to me and the kids.
We enjoy watching explore on you tube and reading the daily doggie. I hope we can take a ride down soon on a Sunday. 4 kids have been a bit over whelming to go places at times but I will get down there soon!
Thank you soo much.
Melissa and rogue!
SINCE I'M A COUPLE OF YEARS OLDER THAN YOU, ALMOST 84, I SHARE YOUR FRUSTRATION WITH THE ELECTRONIC GADGETS, LIKE COMPUTER AND CAR.
YOU MIGHT BE INTERESTED TO KNOW THAT SOME COMBINATIONS OF BUTTONS ON YOU CAR KEY FOB HAVE A PURPOSE.
I DRIVE A HONDA MINI-VAN AND THE KEY FOB HAS 6 BUTTONS. I PARK IN THE GARAGE AND FOUND SOME OF THE CAR WINDOWS DOWN A COUPLE OF INCHES THE NEXT MORNING. I ROLLED THEM UP AND IN DRIVING I COULD HEAR WIND NOISE.
IT TURNS OUT THE MOON ROOF WAS OPEN A LITTLE BIT. SOMEHOW, I HAD PUSHED THE RIGHT COMBINATION OF BUTTONS TO OPEN THE WINDOWS AND MOONROOF A LITTLE BIT TO CIRCULATE THE AIR ON HOT DAYS. THIS CAN BE DONE REMOTELY TO COOL THE CAR BEFORE GETTING IN. ONLY THIS WAS IN DEC.
I WATCH YOUR WEBSITE, READ THE DOGGY DAILY, WATCH MAILCALL AND BUY CHICKEN BRICKS.
KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK!