That which does not kill me is still a bummer.

Have now been root canalled (canaled?).  As the numbness goes away there’s considerable soreness, but no stabbing pains.  Fingers crossed.  But I still have five days of antibiotics which must be taken every six hours.  Without fail.  Sleep be damned, apparently.

Between the screwed-up sleep routine and a rainbow assortment of chemicals, I feel ultra-loopy.  Not that (compared to my recreational chemical days) I am loopy.  But the party time loopiness went unnoticed due to thinking and perceptions also being screwed up.  This time the body is glitching with a clear head observing it.

It feels really wierd.  Please forgive the current (and possible future) posting-paucity.  I’m following the Martin shooting and Obamacare’s Supreme Court trial, but am too scrambled to bring anything good to bear on them.

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I've accepted that all of you are socially superior to me. But no pretending that any of you are rational.
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5 Responses to That which does not kill me is still a bummer.

  1. Billy says:

    Take care. Sounds like the worse is over.

    ps, Bummer the dang pain meds are no fun when one is actually *in pain*.

  2. Glad you are getting sorted. Pain is bad.

    I’ve got a favor to ask: some easy and brainless voting for “Top 25 Political Moms.” Yep, it is lame and pointless, and isn’t that just the thing while convalescing? Every 24 hours, just scroll down and vote for the good ones: Lonely Conservative, Zilla, Atlas Shrugs, Snark and Boobs, Sitting on the Edge of the Sandbox, and, of course no one ol’ me. Among others.

    The most important thing is the effort to get Karen’s Lonely Conservative into first place.

    Because I love pointless competition.

    best to you
    Linda

    http://www.circleofmoms.com/top25/Top-25-Political-Moms-2012?trk=t25_Top-25-Political-Moms-2012

  3. Michael says:

    I’m sure you mean The Affordable Care Act and not the irrational fallacious title given to the bill by republicans entitled ‘Obamacare”.

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