Saturday, March 22, 2008

Have A Hoppy Saturday!

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7 Comments:

Blogger VerityINK said...

I think I'll go lay back down--not having a swell morning...

(Somebody, run out and get Hops some carrots, wouldya?)

6:53 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hey Donal, whats the matter sweetheart, whats wrong? sent an e-mail your way. J'Mac.

9:22 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

DONAL your great picture inspired me to make pancakes! Rabbits taste good too, believe me.
I hope you're feeling better.

Morgan

9:46 AM  
Blogger VerityINK said...

Thanks, you guys! Sent you an email back, Johnny! Thanks for your concern, hon...

Morgan, you bad thing, leave my bunny alone! The 11th Commandment is 'Thou rabbit shalt survive Easter dinner--go eat some ham!"

Thanks, for asking, Morgan, I'll be okay, I think--I've just overdone it with the exercise this week and I'm in a lot of pain. How are YOU feeling? We don't see enough of you around these here parts! Are you healing up okay?

12:49 PM  
Blogger CHOMP said...

Oh No...Someone didn't really put a pancake on bunny's head! Donal, where do you find these delicious pics? (Delicious? I guess it made me hungry!)

5:36 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The nature of the injury kinda sucks DONAL. It'll take a lot longer than a regular bone break, but thankfully it WILL heal over time. I've been working since February so it could be a lot worse. Thanks for asking.

YOU gotta do what the doctor orders. We need you to keep us informed about the vermin that live in our midst. LOL!

Morgan

6:17 PM  
Blogger VerityINK said...

Morgan, Morgan, Morgan, I AM doing what the doc's say--the problem is that they are not saying much. My B/P has dropped as low as 81/54 (I have to call their emergency line and be evaluated--my doc told me to call if it even got as low as 85 over whatever. When I DO call, they just get on a conference call with the doc on duty and debate whether I should call 911, go into the hospital right behind us, or if I can chance staying home... I'm afraid I'll just go into shock, or have sudden cardiac death.... an arrhythmia, or even heart attack.

I've had SO many med changes and adverse reactions that they're scared to put me on too many more meds--I'm on about 6-8 now. Then, when I DO have a reaction, it always takes a week, or so, to clear it out of my system and find something else to use. I've had adverse reactions every week for nearly 8 weeks--and it messes up my HEAD, as well as my body.

I'm getting mighty discouraged. I walk on the treadmill nearly an hour a day, drink only 6-8 glasses of water, and not a drop more, eat no sugar--and only 7-900mgs. of sodium (2000 mgs. is considered low salt...) I do arm and back exercises 3 times a day, all kinds of fiber, all my meds like clockwork--what more can I do?

My condition isn't any better treated than it was when I first got this show on the road...

Sorry for the gripe-a-thon; I just don't know what to do.

I hope you're on the mend. What part is taking so long? Was it your collarbone? My arm doc last year talked about how hard it was to heal that area due, to low blood flow to the area. (He was trying to estimate how long it would take me to heal and pointing out the things that influence that.) Are you sure you're not overdoing it at work?

Please let me know how you are!

11:17 AM  

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