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Kept both ovaries, EXTREMELY moody... Kept both ovaries, EXTREMELY moody...

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  #841  
Unread 08-13-2007, 07:03 PM
Kept both ovaries, EXTREMELY moody...

Hi all,

Morti, sound like you have important position, one that everybody does require to utilize at some point, we have a large cemetery not too far form here and my middle ds always comments with a giggle'everybodies dying to go there' aren't they mum! Must say I think its important to be protective/concerned about our ds and dd can never be too protective these days..............so I say!!!!!!

Oh and my excitment for the day will be cleaning this messy house............................
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  #842  
Unread 08-13-2007, 07:04 PM
Kept both ovaries, EXTREMELY moody...

experimenting with foods and spices is the fun part!! I love to cook... I don't think I'm much good at it, but my dh loves the way I cook and my kids like most of it.... so that works for me!

My mom made a lot of homemade stuff while I was growing up and my dad (they were not together while I grew up) really cooked (and still does) great!! He taught me how to make things by what "sounded" good together by thinking of the flavors it would add. It's funny because now that I'm older they both ask ME how to make things. One of the things I love to make is fried green tomotoes and my dad now makes them "my" way It feels good to impress one's parents

Started to get a migraine earlier... not sure why... maybe the pain in the rest of my body started getting to my head, I don't know but I ended up taking my and it has barely even touched the pain. Maybe a warm bath will help?

As I know I've said a million times..... I can't wait to get back to being me... and feeling better... and having more energy..... sigh..... I see it, barely, but I see it... that light at the end of the tunnel
  #843  
Unread 08-13-2007, 07:16 PM
Kept both ovaries, EXTREMELY moody...

Desiree, I just keep praying that tomorrow I will wake up and feel good/better, but there is something even better to look forward to and thats feeling BETTER than we all felt before, 'cause as for me and sure all of you the final decisions for this was to make our lives/ quality of life better that it was before.................so the light is really coming................maybe I'm too repeating myself by my dr told me that by christmas I should be feeling great..........( i was told that's only around the corner - the corner being a little to far to put a smile on my face just yet but something to look forward to) I then will be the one saying how hot is it as it will be summer here..............

Knowing we will all see that light very soon (thats my positive note for the day)

Kerrie
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  #844  
Unread 08-13-2007, 07:20 PM
Kept both ovaries, EXTREMELY moody...

Hello everyone,
As always glad to be back home.

Everyone keeps talking about all this delicious food and Im starving. My real nutritious dinner of a Reese Cup at my DS football practice didnt cut it. Although it did help my chocolate addiction.

Desiree,
I hope that your pain goes away and your headache too.
Morti,
A little teasing is good fun. Its great that your DD has a good sense of humor. My 12 yr old DD is starting to develope a good sense of humor but she is at that oh so moody preteen stage.
Lala,
I hope that you are relaxing and having a nice evening.
Kerrie,
Did you have a nice day? Is your son feeling any better? Your dr. sound like he is very caring telling you to only lift a hand bag. That great to have a caring dr.
  #845  
Unread 08-13-2007, 07:27 PM
Kept both ovaries, EXTREMELY moody...

Sounds like a day to look forward to then.... thanks! At least that gives me something to head towards Christmas... it would be nice to feel better by then.... my doc also told me it generally takes a good 6-12 months to feel totally better.


okay.. this is totally off the wall, but I have to share this story with y'all since we've all been talking about food and what kids will and won't eat! LOL

Okay, here goes. When my oldest was about 8, maybe 9, my dad, his GF, me and my bf (at the time) went to a steakhouse for my dad's birthday. Well my dad orders escargot. When it arrived he told my son that it was a mushroom and put one on his plate and cut it in half. Well my son, being a good little boy, started to eat his "mushroom". He made a comment after eating the first half that it sure was a chewy "mushroom." My dad told him to eat the rest of it... so he did. He again said it was a weird, chewy mushroom. By now I'm trying my best not to bust out laughing by the way!!

Sooo a few minutes go by and my dad asks my son if he wants to know what he "really" ate. He gets this quizical look on his face and says "I know what I ate, a mushroom!" My dad says "well... not really, you just ate a SNAIL!" My son took his cloth napkin and wiped his tongue off for a good minute!!! It was the funniest thing I ever saw. I'll never forget the look on his face. Now it's a family joke... we always ask him when we're out at a "fancy" restaurant if he wants escargot and he gets that same look on his face! He does love to hear the story though
  #846  
Unread 08-13-2007, 07:28 PM
Kept both ovaries, EXTREMELY moody...

hope, my headache IS finally subsiding... no migraine! YEAH!!! thanks for the well wishes... maybe you wished it away because it just started to go away a few minutes ago
  #847  
Unread 08-13-2007, 07:36 PM
Kept both ovaries, EXTREMELY moody...

hi ladies!

in my dream with my mamma she was JUST about to tell me I would feel good by xmas when coworkers interrupted with a conga line and salsa margaritas....

: ) xmas it is then! there were a few times today when i felt llike me again! so as much as I dislike being back at work, it forced me to find myself again a bit...

in contrast with dolphins spaghetti squash dish, I played one of my favorite cooking games!! Let's Fry Stuff From the Freezer!!

sure sure a cheap trick, but the salt and fat seemed to have located a pleasure center in my brain (since no other centers are taken)
  #848  
Unread 08-13-2007, 07:48 PM
Kept both ovaries, EXTREMELY moody...

lala, glad to see you made it through another day at work! Is it at least getting a little easier on you every day?? I hope so.
  #849  
Unread 08-13-2007, 07:52 PM
Kept both ovaries, EXTREMELY moody...

Sure none of you mind it being Christmas because none of you will be shoveling!LOL
Sorry just needed to whine a little.
  #850  
Unread 08-13-2007, 07:53 PM
Kept both ovaries, EXTREMELY moody...

Fulfilling pleasure centers is a good thing by my way of thinking.

Migraines are just yuck! Imtrex is my special friend.

I agree with the little one, snails are also yuck as is sushi or fish or any kind. Calamari, lobster, green lip muscles, fresh smoked clams, now we're talking!

Morbid, sick and twisted mortuary humor - Sirens are music to my ears, it's h*ll when you have to pray for death to pay your bills, Last ones to let you down ............................, yup heard them all. My position means if anything goes wrong, I'm the one who hears about and risk losing my licenses. It's amazing how that $10 glass ring is now a 10 carat diamond!

I'm thinking a medicinal cocktail might be required at this point.
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