Friday, October 14, 2011


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          I feel so good...well, my rn home health care nurse came in today, & asked me how I feel, & I said "if I felt any better, I'd be twins" that's exactly WHY I wanted prednisone!!
          
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        that link goes to one of the funniest videos I EVER saw!!


                         
             I' m making a huge attempt at humor lately...because all I'm doing is laughing, anyway...
       My home health people are connecting me with everybody I need in my life right now...I never even knew that there are "transport services" to take me to any doctor's appointment. They come here & come in & help me get in my scooter or wheelchair, all the people I've had as drivers are very nice & helpful...they drive a van with a lift on it, & they take me to the dr's office, then they go & do any other running around they have, & I call when I'm ready to get picked up! Having a chronic illness, and having to depend on others for everything is a huge wake-up call for somebody that never, ne-vah, ever wanted help from anyone! I remember some of my first words were "No! I do it MYSELF!!" ...somebody up in heaven is laughing every time you think that...
     I was talking to Bro last week, & I remembered how Mom always was encouraging me to read & write...I remember one of the first stories I ever wrote...it was a scary story...I was about 8, and I was writing about how to make the best "witches brew", & I specifically remember one line I wrote. It was in the ingredients list...some bones, not old dried-up bones, fresh, bloody ones'....gaaahhhh...can you even imagine what my Mom had to have thought?? She handled it well, though...explained how there were veins & arteries, and, no, your bones weren't just floating in a "bag of blood"...that right there explains a phrase that Mom used when she wrote her grandmother's book for Chief..."Tiffany, your mom always had such an indomitable spirit."
         Okay, I'm tired...have a lot more funny stuff that's been happening lately, but I'll get to it...
            BoUnCeS!!               LibbY!

7 comments:

Meg said...

Glad you are finding so much humor in life. They say laughter is the best medicine!

X. Dell said...

(1) I still think you should work on that idea you had about the lake monster that threatens your apartment complex.

(2) Hmmm. So what's the difference betweeen a toddler and a Republican?

Libby said...

x 2...no damn difference at all, unless the parents do the job they implicitly agree to when they HAVE said child...just like any misguided child could go be a radical liberal, you know!

Libby said...

...lol!!

Have Myelin? said...

oh gosh libby you are cracking me up!

Have Myelin? said...

and btw your new blog sure BoUnCeS!!

Hold my hand: a social worker's blog said...

I love your writing, it's so authentic, fun, even when it's about a serious subject. Humor is therapeutic :-))

Doris