Hello all my Beeper Dahlings, Can you give me a *beep*
Weather: 107 degs
Sleep: kinda ok.
Mood: anxious, mostly about the surgery. I wanna chicken out but if I do, then my pain issue will never be resolved. Medication, procedures and ointments have all failed for two years, so, I guess, this is the next step.
Plans: (trigger) Got some bad news today. My friend passed away this morning. I had called her around Christmas to wish her Merry Christmas and she told me she had been diag. with cancer. So I called her a few months ago to see how she was doing but got no answer. I was told later that she had O.D. on medication (not sure if it was accidental or not). She spent months in the hospital and decided that she wanted to be taken off of everything that was keeping her alive. I guess she had had enough.
I hope you all have a good Thursday. love ya's muahs
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