Tuesday, September 19, 2006

Back to Work

Back to work today. Belly button incision oozed a good part of the day. Other 2 incisions weren't delighted either. Muscles definitely didn't take well to sitting up today.

My office plant was all wilted over and half dead. Hopefully watering today will bring it back.

Busier than well something wretchedly busy today, catching up, looking on the ball. etc.

8 comments:

Denise said...

You should bring your plant home and let me revive it for you. heh

Lisa Stone said...

Hey, how's it going on day two? Thinking of you. :)

Tw said...

Day two and three went ok. Exhausting but ok, I wore dresses so they helped some, at least with not rubbing the incisions and stuff.

As for bringing the plant home, have you looked at YOUR plant lately?

Em said...

hmm no one watered it while you were out?

Glad work went ok.

Angela said...

ok I just stumbled up on your site. I was diagnosed with "probably" crohn's after a colonoscopy, and x-rays and ct scan this week. Was told it could be something else. Was searching for the name of that something else when I stumbled up on you. A mass near the cecum that is closing off the intestine. Could be Crohn's could be cancer, could be... So I'd love to chat with you about it all. Cause I'm brand new to this whole thing!

TW said...

Angela, The brand new to it is really rough isn't it? The doctors can make everything sound a bit scarey or just downplay it so much that your mind fills in the rest. Did they do any biopsies when they did the colonoscopy? Those should be back fairly quickly. Good luck and yell about any questions.

onemargaret said...

Sounds like you had a pretty rough day at work. I am sorry. I know how it can be sometimes and I do empathize with you. I like your blog and I would like for you to visit my blog sometime. Maybe, it will make you laugh a little. Have a wonderful evening.

TW said...

Thanks for stopping by Margaret. I will have to pass your blog along to the soap opera fans in my life. If it didn't happen on Days of Our Lives in the 70s, I really am lost.