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Dec. 19th, 2009 @ 06:38 pm Maxwell Likes Peas!
Which will save me from having to eat them again I hope not that I hate vegatables as a whole but my own opinion of peas is that they are better used as ammo for a slingshot when frozen than as a food source...

I broke down saw a local Doc got a Tripac and some yellow pills and can breath again without hearing myself most of the day being sick so unlike me I guess I'm old or losing my touch perhaps but I feel so lucky.

The caregivers have been going out of there ways helping get everything in order once my desk is cleared I'm gonna relocate the Shuttle to next to the nightstand my Dad sent me a flat screen I haven't opened it yet of course but he wanted a specific model number when I asked for it LOL I'll be able to attach it to a small base I need to make still and use the computer from my bed after the surgery when I'm supposed to just lay there and "relax" and trust me the part I am dreading most is the sitting stillness of it all I'm guessing I can last three days before I start going nuts I have trouble even sitting still long enough to watch two tv shows in a row at night the thought of all day long staying in the same confined space is just mentally confining confound it should say confucious but time passes no matter what you do we found some photos of a year or so ago when Sean was just born the improvement in my wife is remarkable attitude is everything so I will persevere it's what I do.


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Date:December 20th, 2009 02:55 am (UTC)
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My cocker spaniel likes anything that's remotely crunchy or sweet; I don't know why more people don't try feeding veggies to their dogs :)

I would have gone stark raving bonkers after my surgery if it weren't for the laptop we borrowed from my mom-in-law.

Hey, I have a couple of foam wedges someone gave me right before my surgery. I used them a lot then, but haven't used them since. I can't get the dog hair off 'em (it sticks to the foam) but they could be covered, or something. Would you like them? They were really quite useful during surgery recovery. I stuck one behind my back and one under my knees.
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Date:December 20th, 2009 04:22 am (UTC)

I Appreciate That!

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I've got a slew of those wedges left from the wreck and pulled them out of the bandage closet already!

Plan Ahead.

Have a great holiday.
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Date:December 20th, 2009 04:29 am (UTC)

Re: I Appreciate That!

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Ah, glad to hear it. I wish I had someone I could give these to, though :)
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Date:December 20th, 2009 04:01 pm (UTC)

If You Really Want to Send Them

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Go ahead LOL, dog hair and all!