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minnie

Jamal was in the waiting room with me. his wife and a small boy and a teenage girl were with him. the small boy was coloring and wearing a t-shirt that said "if you think i am handsome you should see my DAD". i heard the doc come talk to jamal and say that the woman he was waiting for was fine they did not see any cancer.

Debbie

Mmmmmmmmm. I especially love the interactions with the other woman, and that oh-so-familiar-to-me apology to the body for demanding to be the captain. I think about that a lot.

toobeaut

HFS. I wish I had your attentiveness and patience. I would have wither rushed through writing about being in a recovery room, or I would have not even noticed what I was feeling in the first place.

Ralphie

you should maybe revisit this drug thing, you did about 2 weeks of posts in one shot!

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and what a shot! brava!

Lea

Recovery is so trippy. It's why I don't drink until I can't function--I don't like that loss of control.

That was an awesome post, really beautiful and I love it. I'm glad you're okay.

And man, do I love Vicodin. I mean, not on a regular basis. I am entertained by how it doesn't relieve pain, but makes you not care about it.

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