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Re: My husband's response Totally leeran

Posted by whiterabbit on April 26, 2003, at 15:29:05

In reply to My husband's response Totally whiterabbit, posted by leeran on April 26, 2003, at 13:24:51

I'm a Python fan myself (I've never laughed so hard in my life as the first time I saw the 'Biggus Dickus' scene in Life of Brian), but the vomiting in that other movie was a little much even for me. And believe me when I say that I've seen some serious puking on the midnight shift in the ER, Lordy. But you know even medical people can have their phobias - mine is childbirth. I can't watch it live or Memorex, I get nauseated and light-headed. Go figure.

I'm fine so far today dear, thank you. I work Saturday mornings at the doctor's office where I used to work full time, it helps me to gauge how well I'm playing with others. They know I take buckets of medication but I guess they don't care
since I'm just so damn good.

Anyway, the weather is perfect here in the Midwest. I don't care about that but I did have enough money to stock up on the stuff I need for my little rituals, so that makes me happy. I'm a coffee hound, although I really don't care for that colored water they typically serve on the job. I have my own little Starbucks-like setup at home with the thermal carafe (you know, burners are evil) and the grinder and the foamer, etc etc. When my psychiatrist Dr. Happy told me to quit drinking coffee I nearly fainted. It's sound advice (caffeine = manic) but after thinking it over for about 1.5 seconds, I decided to ignore him. I just enjoy it too much, really...not just drinking it, I even love making it (for myself).
I've made some concessions though. After noon I start cutting it with (Starbucks) decaff and hot milk, that's the best I can do. And I rarely drink soda.

So I've got my coffee and my ice water, and it's nice and quiet and I'm doing okay. I find that if I take it a day at a time, a step at a time, then I can handle things.

What more could you ask for :-)
Gracie


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