Thursday, November 04, 2010

Sympathy, I want sympathy, when do I want it, NOW

Damn it I'm crook again.
Probably Tension or the stress related to Tension.

Nitrites, leucocytes, glucose, ph level, all of them up the wazoo.

Infection affecting the glucose and not the forerunner of diabetes.

Fasting test next week. The one I was supposed to have had .........months ago but geez winter was cold this year and there was mother and BrickOutHouse and stuff.

But believe me, nothing will keep me from Harry Potter, nothing.

I have antibiotics and probably a full dose of Tension again tonight.

I know how it happened, I just ignored all the signs. I'm not eating at the same time, not eating the same food, not sleeping as much as I should. I couldn't even finish my shopping today but the cat has enough food so I'm safe.

10 comments:

River said...

You'll be right as soon as the tension leaves. At least the cat has food so he won't be eating your toes off while you sleep. When are you seeing Harry Potter?

JahTeh said...

River, it opens on Thursday November 18 and I will be seated in Gold Class with a cold beer by 12.15 p.m. Come to think of it, I recall Miss O'Dyne remarking on the excellent G&T at our last Gold Class outing. I've tried eating but it ends up down the front of me and Tension has just arrived, early 7.22. Crap.

Marshall-Stacks said...

here is some *sympathy* and some *empathy* too. both Grade-A and gift-wrapped.
Hopefully the early arrival means an early departure.

Elisabeth said...

Is here another Harry Potter afoot? Sorry. I don't read up on these things, but I shall enjoy it when the DVD comes out.

Get well soon.

Jayne said...

I tell ya the best way to dispose of Tension is with a full packet of laxettes and send her off to Werribee for the night.
Failing that, syrupy sweetness and fawning all over her will scare the bejebus out of the silly cow and she'll be too a'scared to darken your doorstep while BOH will think she's bonkers seeing as you've come around to see her finer points and are just trying to be friendly.
Pardon my crudeness but seriously, does she do the trick with the ping pong balls, too?

Mindy said...

Lots of Sympathy. Hope everything clears up so you can enjoy Harry Potter to the fullest.

R.H. said...

No, don't point her this way, the west has enough tension already.

Kath Lockett said...

My sympathy is automatic and assured, Dear Coppy.

You will be at the cinema even if you're drugged up the eyeballs. Tension will be gone (in both forms) and wazoo levels will be OK.

JahTeh said...

Stacks, chance was a fine thing.
Departure time was near enough to midnight and how anyone could take an hour to cook a pot of rice is beyond me.

Elisabeth, this is the first part of the final book in the series and it looks fantastic. To get all the story in they made two films for which we are truly grateful.

Jayne, I'm simply ignoring her. We talk about dark matter in the universe but we don't see it and she's like that, there but a big empty.

Mindy, it looks great and the WB official site has snips of the music by Desplat who scored Twilight and Johnny Depp's Pirates.

Robbert, you'd love her, big bazookas, no brains.

Kath, The nurse at the doc's office asked if there was a date on the form for all these tests and I couldn't find one. I have a feeling it might be at least 9 months that those tests have slipped my mind. Cholesterol better not be more than 5.9 because I've done all the right things except take your advice about chocolate.

R.H. said...

Oh.

Ignore my previous comment.