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April 10th, 2007

drugs, Mr. and Mrs., and apartment plans @ 03:08 pm


I got the pain meds, finally, and I think they are actually working. I'm not going to write very long, because I need to get to bed. I didn't get much sleep last night, and having the percaset will actually be good, hopefully, because I may actually be able to sleep tonight. It's nice not feeling pain for once. We went to the Health Center to try to get the prescription filled, and they didn't have the strength of the meds that were prescribed (medium strength 7.5 mg), so we went to Harps and got it filled. On the way, I taught Sister Smith the Mr. and Mrs. game.

This is how it works. The basics of the game are. Think of a common thing, and turn it into a name. For example,
Mr. and Mrs. Dio had a son What was his name?
Ray Dio
or Radio
So basically you say Mr. and Mrs. so and so had a son or daughter, what was his name to make a common one word name.

Mr. and <rs. Vator had a daughter, what was her name? Answer: Ella Elevator Once Sister Smith got the game, I regretted teaching her. She's ruthlessa t it L(, That's always the case, my grandma found that one out when she taught me cribbage :P. Dr. Beitle talked with the apartment, and to keep my room reserved, they'll start billing me on 22 April, so basically I'll pay for a room for a half of a month while not being there. Oh well, I'll at least have a room, and that's important. Looking at a target date of the eighth of May to move over there. I better stop typing now and head to bed. I don't think this is a hugely coherent entry. I thought of doing a voice post, but then thought you guys would be too entertained. More soon.
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Date:April 11th, 2007 12:22 am (UTC)
Wow... You got stronger Percocet than I have, which is good. Just so you know, it does contain Tylinol, so definitely don't take extra Tylinol. Just something I try to be aware of. I also strongly suggest keeping up the water intake, but I shoul listen to my own advice on that one (smile).

I'm glad they are giving you something that's working. There is nothing worse than the feeling of not being able to manage pain on the meds you're given. That was me the last month or so, and I wish I'd spoken up sooner. It sounds like you've got a great doc there in the pain management sense anyway.

You're in my prayers for speedy recovery.
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Date:April 12th, 2007 05:09 am (UTC)
Thanks for the prayers, I've felt a bit better today than I did yesterday, this is a good thing. All the best and I hope you feel well too.

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