Friday, August 05, 2005

Isn't it ironic?

Here I am. Don't have to work. Don't have to do anything but lay in bed and watch TV. And how does that make me feel? Pissed off.
I'm sure we've all heard the bonbon stories about women who stay at home and do nothing all day. It drives me up the wall.
When I sit, I hurt. When I lay down, I hurt. I have no appetite. And television SO does not interest me.
So. Here I am.
Restless, hurting, and annoyed. The joy of it all.
My doctor's appointment is this next Tuesday. I'm sort of hanging out until then. One more flippin' test before someone can decide to remove the *&#%#@^&#*@ gallbladder. I love managed care. Really. I do.

So instead of writing and being productive, I'm the proverbial potato. Happy? Not so much.

I'm going to lay off the computer so as not to vent to all you lovely people who grace my blog with your presence. I won't blog again until after my doctor's appointment. What is there to say? Not a whole lot.
I hug all the well wishes to my chest and thank everyone for their good thoughts. More later. After someone removes their head from their heiney and decides to remove my gallbladder. heh


username said...

I could like call you and say hi.

But I don't wanna bother you.

Becca Furrow said...

Followed the link from the WCP authors group and saw you were having gall bladder trouble. Owie! I had the laproscopic surgery several years ago and recoving from it was so easy compared to the gall bladder pain. Best of luck.

I have a short story in the Winter Wishes anthology, also--my first sale!


Tori said...

{{{gentle hugs}}} Crystal.

swamp4me said...

Sorry to hear your gall bladder is giving you fits. Hope your situation is resolved soon.

Send someone to the local library and get them to check out some books on tape for you. Listening to a book beats watching the crap that's on TV these days ;)

And if your local library doesn't carry books on tape, you can dictate a nasty letter to the library director demanding better services for the community. :)

Olga said...

Major hugs, Chrys! Hope it will get better!