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12.24.2005

vicadin: breakfast of champions

hey everyone, sorry there have been no posts since the damon debauchle! i've somehow managed to have spasms in my back for the last 3 days...and i can barely type-let alone sit up to do so! i will make good on the remainder of my christmas movies-i was saving the best for last so thanks Liz for spoiling it. the rest should be good, especially if under the influence of my new favorite vitamin")

i have to run...well...find someplace to lie down...

see how i suffer for the good of you all?!?!

merry christmas everyone

5 Comments:

At 2:49 PM, Blogger JoviFan said...

Oh Reesie, you know I can sympathize. In fact, I am experiencing sympathy pains for you right now. I am so sorry you are in such terrible pain. Hopefully the Vics will help you get back on your feet...or at the very least, back on your keyboard to entertain us all. No seriously, take care, alternate between heat and ice (1ce for 12 minutes at a time, followed by about 25 minutes of heat!) Get up to move around as much as you can, and if you're lying flat on your back, keep your knees propped up on lots of pillows! Take care of yourself!!!

 
At 3:18 PM, Blogger Drew said...

Mo,

Sorry to hear that you are laid up this holiday season. Sucks to spend Christmas like that. Get better soon.

 
At 4:06 PM, Blogger lms129 said...

check out Nancy , she watched too many episodes of Little House and got all these tips from Doc Baker. Poor mo, she had to send Peggy running through the woods on foot to get Doc Baker. Seriously, I hope you'll get bertter soon. Hopefully you didn't have to pay Doc Baker in chickens.

 
At 9:10 AM, Blogger JoviFan said...

Lauren, couldn't you at least send Doctor Adam Bricker from the Love Boat instead of Doc Baker from Little House? I mean, I know Bricker has faced his fair share of sexual assault allegations from the female patients he forced to fully undress before administring a dose of anti-motion sickness tablets, (but what the hell did those people expect when they signed up to go on a ship called Love Boat?), but at least his practice is probably a little more modern than Doc Baker, who would most likely feel the need to do a full back amputation on Reesie. One clear advantage to seeking treatment from Baker as opposed to Bricker is that I've seen Baker give people a good stiff shot of whisky before performing amputations in the chicken coop (by day) surgery theatre (by night), but all you'd get in the way of "pain management" from the Love Boat's own Isaac Washington is a freakin Virgin Bloody Mary. Now what the hell good is that?

 
At 8:04 AM, Blogger JoviFan said...

Reesie, Head back to my blog. The entry is no longer blank and I think you'll like the text!!

 

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