Friday, May 01, 2009

A few things. . . .

1. I spent Wednesday afternoon and evening in the ER. My doc thought I was having a stroke, the ER doc thought it could be an aneurysm. It was a stupid migraine. The ER was swamped with people freaking out about the Swine Flu.

2. My crazy week at work is coming to an end. Thank you Jesus!

3. I had a cowboy hat and boots on Thursday for our Hoedown Dinner. I came in the house making a bee line for the bathroom and my dog didn't recognize and bit my boob. Nice. She's a very nice dog and we have always said if someone breaks in we weren't sure if she would lick them to death. At least now I know that she would bite them . . . maybe only if they had a cowboy hat on.

4. Dustin has had a pretty decent week. Shhhh, don't jinx it, I need an easy weekend.

5. Robert's sister left her husband. So, the trip to California is off as she is moving to Finland, yes Finland. We are still traveling westward (I'm coming Jo!), but we won't be going all the way to California, and we may even dip into Georgia on the way home . . . hmmmm, who could we visit there??

6 comments:

Lisa said...

I'm waiting on you....how soon can you get here. ;-)

Jo said...

I am glad to hear it wasn't either of the first two. While migraines suck, they are better than either of the other things.
Finland??
You still want to come smell our stinky lake?? Well then, I will tell Utah to put on her party dress just for you.

Carol said...

Sorry to hear about your ER adventures. I hope your head and other parts (thanks to your dog) are better.

Lemme know if you come to Denver. We are planning a trip to Glacier National Park - dont' have details yet, but if I'm here, I'd love to meet you.

Kvatch said...

...we weren't sure if she would lick them to death. At least now I know that she would bite them . . . maybe only if they had a cowboy hat on.... or boobs?

Laura said...

If you're in Georgia and need to get back to Indiana, I am sure you have to come through Tennessee. Just saying, that's all.

Miz Kizzle said...

Do you have frequent migraines? My doctor set me up with a prescription for Imitrex in an epipen. It works like magic to knock the migraine out in a few minutes. You can carry the pen with you and avoid future ER visits.