Wednesday, January 21, 2009

1 week later

It has been one full week since surgery. Sleep has never been as abundant as what it has been this past week. Pain meds have never been a friend of mine, even when they should have been. However, I am really liking them. That said, here are just a few observations from the past week.

1. This has been a great way to lose weight. Probably not the best or most desired method to lose the weight, but man it has been effective.

2. Silence may be golden, but truly is a pain in the butt when you do have something to say. Even worse when your kids are talking so much that you can't get a word in edge wise.

3. Never attempt to watch Jeff Dunham while not being able to speak or laugh easily. This is a feat that is impossible. I have tested and proven this theory. Trust me, you don't want to find out for yourself.

4. Lastly, I should have taken more pain meds sooner. Life would have been more interesting and I might have been able to provide a little more wisdom for someone.

Friday, January 16, 2009

Day Two

I sit here and wonder many things. How ong can I keep up the blogging? How long until the cotton mouth feeling leaves. What else is gonna feel wierd no that some feeling in my throat is returning. OY!

Today has been one of nothing but sleep. I nevr knew I could sleep so much. Yet, sleep I have. I also never knew that drinking would be such a chore. And more impressive than any thing yet, Shepard Smith looks a tad more realistic when you see him in double.

Okay, that last statement tells me it's time to go back to bed. Later.

Thursday, January 15, 2009


Hello! I have posted blogs on MySpace previously. However, my time on MySpace has been greatly reduced due to work load. However, I have no desire to stop writing. So, using Google as much as I do, and reading my brothers blog and a friends blog here on I figured I would streamline my computer time and make my return to blogging somewhat easier.

So, that said, today begins m return to blogging. Sadly, this blog isn't going to be very long. My only (and valid) excuse is my dependence and altered mental state from the drugs prescribed to me post surgery.

I feel fairly good. My throat does hurt...bad. Yet, the pain isn't as bad as anticipated, Granted, just over 24 hours have passed since surgery. I do expect the pain to get worse, but not too much worse.

Okay, so this is the end of the first "new" blog. I hope that the ones coming will be a little more coherent. In the meantime, go check out my brothers and friends blog. They are certainly better than mine.