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Anyone else more feisty post-op? Anyone else more feisty post-op?

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  #21  
Unread 03-03-2008, 05:19 PM
Anyone else more feisty post-op?

Hoosier67, My DH too has taken the lights off the house since surgery. Maybe he got tired of me telling people to look for the star when giving directions to friends. I of course made it so he heard me loud and clear
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Unread 03-03-2008, 06:09 PM
Anyone else more feisty post-op?

Three cheers for feistiness! I am so happy to have you join the ranks. I was born feisty and have remained so for more than a half-century. As my DH once commented, "It's amazing to me that you can hold a job, because I can't imagine anyone telling you what to do and you actually complying."

Keep on keepin' on, ladies!
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Unread 03-03-2008, 07:30 PM
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Carmen, I am just like you. My feistiness gets me into alot of trouble at work.
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Unread 03-03-2008, 07:59 PM
Anyone else more feisty post-op?

Ok, confession time for me. I am sure that this has happened to all of us but someone took the spot that I had been waiting a minute for...but here is where the story may differ! I rolled down my window and told her that she knew I was waiting for that spot and called her an inconsiderate witch with a capital B.

She did not respond. She probably was afraid and thought I was a raving lunatic. But to take it even farther I left her a gum surprise by her car hoping that she would find it.

That was soooooooooooooooooo not like me pre-op. Pre-op I would have just gone on my merry way and think to myself that I would find a better spot. But the funny thing is that I should not be menopausal, I just think my uterus ran off with the little bit of patience I had left.

Like a lot of you, I get easily annoyed by the way certain people, cough, breathe, eat, etc. I sure hope this passes.
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Unread 03-04-2008, 05:58 AM
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KKHILL, first of all my DH said to let you know the house did no damage to me when it fell on me. Just Kidding. When I told him about this thread he and the t-shirt, he was ready to sign me up.

I was just saying to him this weekend that something is wrong with me. I have become more outspoken as I've gotten older (39), but the last few weeks have been crazy. Just a side note people DO NOT ask my opinion unless you want it!!! I could not believe some of the comments I have made lately. I don't know how long this will last so I should take advantage of my craziness to tell a few more people off.
Wish me luck!
Go Sisters!

Libby Lou
LAVH, BLadder sling, vaginal wall repair since surgery 2 bladder infections and now a new level of witchiness.
  #26  
Unread 03-04-2008, 06:42 AM
Anyone else more feisty post-op?

When did you all notice this change to feistyness? I'm kind of worried now because I'm a fiesty one as it is..I'm not sure anyone can handle any more non-filtered conversation..(wicked grin)..

When can I expect this to happen ? :ROTFL
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Unread 03-04-2008, 07:16 AM
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Yesterday, Cynthia.

Kay
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Unread 03-04-2008, 07:29 AM
Anyone else more feisty post-op?

So perhaps I've only another five days to wait..LOL..I notice your surgery was on the 14th, and mine was on the 19th..

Perhaps its a sign of getting better, no?
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Unread 03-04-2008, 07:58 AM
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Mine has been the last couple of weeks. I could not believe some of the comments I have been making and I need to find the filter that used to stop me from blurting the first thought that comes into my head. My DD has no filter at 14 so she thinks i am hilarious right now. At a meeting yesterday at her school I pulled no punches and neither did she. Usually when I get that mad I cry, but I didn't cry I just got madder. Don't mess with my family. Not to go into details, but they moved her mid year to a teacher who is condencending to her and does not like her speaking her mind when he is wrong. She is staying in the class but he will not treat her like that any longer.
On Saturday we were at Universal Studios watching Gretchen Wilson and these women had a laser pointer, pointing to the huge TV on certain parts on Gretchen. Needless to say that set me off and I didn't stop until I got someone to watch these two do it again. They had already lied to one staff person. I don't know why that ticked me off so bad but I could not let it go.

Go Figure. Maybe it's because I haven't healed yet and the dr said to come back in 3 weeks for the next check up. I am ready to be done and well.

Thanks for letting me vent.

Libby Lou
  #30  
Unread 03-04-2008, 08:17 AM
Anyone else more feisty post-op?

Yes, I've noticed an improvement. It's like a dark cloud has been lifted. But I wonder if it's because I'm no longer on birth control. This is the first time I've been off it in years.

Of course, it could also be that I'm at home relaxing instead of being stressed out at work. I'm hpoing the 'good vibes' carry over when I have to go back!
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