Saturday, March 10, 2007

Just the facts, ma'am

Fact - It only rains in direct proportion to how many sacks of groceries that you need to bring into the house.




Fact - 15 mg. morphine sulfate twice a day is not as strong as 12 mg. of hydromorphone 4 times a day. And boy, let me tell you, its been a long day...




Fact - Fleece does not make good kitty litter. Now, I'm not pointing any fingers here (Neelix?) & I know I should have gotten them picked up earlier...but couldn't you have just gone in the sand next to the tarp insteak of ON the tarp...... luckily there was only a little damage to one fleece.


Fact - I feel like a computer that is running some HUGE program in the background - always worrying, slows me down, makes me think about sleep alot.


Fact - John's surgery is scheduled for Monday at 12:45. Studies have shown that patients who are the recipients of prayer & concentrated good thoughts recover faster than those who aren't. Our thanks to all of you who have sent your good wishes and prayers for his speedy recovery. I'll let you know what happens.

4 comments:

vlb5757 said...

Well, let's send John all of our prayers and postive thoughts while shooting disapproving looks at a cat who doesn't understand that dirt, sand, or a litter box make a much better place to potty than fleece on a tarp that is meant for greatness! Your flowers look so pretty. Our dafs are blooming but like every year about this time, there will be a huge amount of rain coming from the sky in a short amount of time and beat them to death. They are hearty thankfully! Gotta love those spring flowers.

Kathy L. said...

I wish I lived closer to be able to give you a BIG hug! And a scolding tone to Neelix, the Devil Cat! (Bag the fleeces, but leave the tops open for air until you can deal with them to prevent further incidents) :)
I will call you today to "chat"....

Kathy L. said...

Go, John, Go!! We're all thinking of you today!

Michelle at Boulderneigh said...

It's almost four o'clock; is all well? I'm waiting to hear that John came through surgery with flying colors, and that the doctor thinks the prognosis is excellent.

And Tina, thank-you for the cherries! They arrived today, and I'm going to make cookies with them for a meeting tonight! (I'm sure all in attendance will add their thanks. :-)