And now it’s Saturday. Almost two weeks since my surgery. You know, I can’t wait until the two weeks are up. Then I can take off these silly compression hose on my legs. Not that I really mind them, but I think they’ve been making me claustrophobic at night when I lay down to go to sleep. Now, here me out. I know how silly it sounds. I wear a mask for a living, right?
But, at night, I wear a CPAP, a chin strap to keep my mouth shut, my legs are trapped under the blankets and I can’t move much because of the hip thing, and then the pressure of the compression hose on my legs kind of makes me feel like I’m tied down and the claustrophobia and then the whole panic attack thing starts up. Okay, so it’s bad enough that thinking about it and trying to describe it in writing has gotten me breathing heavy and nervous right now. That has never happened to me before. It has GOT to be a combination of the surgery and my grief still kicking around. I think it’s weird. Like really weird. NEVER, EVER had issues like this before. Any of you nurse, or physiology students have any insight out there?
On a brighter note, I’m pretty much 100% on a cane now, haven’t used the walker in a few days. I’ve been driving. I’m just making sure not to trap myself too far away from relief. That doesn’t really make sense, let me explain. Like, walk too far away from home or walk too far away from the car. An example would be to walk into the Grocery Store where I couldn’t easily walk back out again. That’s important because I get tired easily, but I’m doing better and better each day, so…good news, right? Yeah, I thought so, too.
I’ve been just writing nonsense since I started this one today, so why don’t we get to some of the funny stuff that you guys actually tuned in to see?
This is actually a great cartoon. Without saying anything, it says so much.
I just blocked someone on my page for correcting my grammar and it feeleded good.
As I’ve said so many times before, witness statements are so unreliable.
Women love when you kiss their neck…
Just not when they’re driving
And you’re in the backseat.
And they don’t know you.
This one is hilarious! And yes, I know it looks like it’s a setup. It looks like she might be prepositioning the bowl. But, ignore that, and just watch. Thanks Stephanie.https://www.facebook.com/632213855/posts/10158546389203856/?sfnsn=mo
And here’s the relief picture for our company’s softball team warming up for our next game.
The Institute of Unfinished Research has concluded that 6 out of 10 people