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Tag Archives: hospital
The day started off wonderfully. I had just gone to a 3-day work week, with Thursday and Friday as my off days. This particular Thursday, the late-summer weather was absolutely gorgeous, and I was well rested. I did three loads … Continue reading
The big day was here! It was time for my 4th colonoscopy! Yay! Well, doesn’t everyone have that reaction? If you do, you probably need more than just a medical consult. Just sayin’. Because I couldn’t stand the thought of … Continue reading
What is it about full moons? Friday had already started off bad. I was a week overdue for my Remicade treatment, and I was having some serious issues from my ulcerative colitis (don’t worry, I won’t go into details). I … Continue reading