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Sunday, July 22, 2012

Random Stuff Sunday

Hello gentle readers.

I am supposed to be swatching and photographing and I will, soonest. I spent early-early Saturday morning in the ER getting fluids and pain meds for a bad gallbladder attack and laid around on my sofa all day yesterday swacked out on pain meds. I'm feeling a little better but that sucker has to come out. Soon. LOL At least I feel like posting again. I didn't even touch my 'puter, yesterday.

This was my entire polish collection in June of 2010.




Here is where it lives, now. Both Melmers are packed... Time for a couple more. :D



Kinda crazy, huh? 

Have a great rest of your Sunday. :D

18 comments:

  1. Haha, it is crazy, right?! I was SOOO proud that I owned 2 dozen bottles a year and a half ago, and was amazed by bloggers who said they had 50 or 100, but now I have 3 drawers full and am running out of room!! ^.^

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  2. Oh, I think I see Sinful Green Ocean . . .always looking for that!

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  3. I think that all that time spent together... Alone... In the dark... Has something to do with it. LOL

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  4. Sinful Colors releases it around St. Patrick's Day. Start checking Walgreen's the first of March or so, they kind of go fast. :)

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  5. Oh no, Erica! So sorry to hear of your gall bladder viciously attacking you needlessly. I really hope you feel better soon. At least you have drugs (medically approved and legal) to get you through now. And when you have surgery, there's the anesthesia to look forward to. I sound like a druggie, but I can't even tolerate a Vicodin without barking LOL. Seriously, I do hope all goes well and your recovery smooth as silk.

    About 2 years ago, my polish stash was about 5 bottles. Now, while I couldn't quite fill your helmer, my bottles number in the 3 digits. I guess it really is an addiction, isn't it? ;) ^^    

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  6. Hope you feel better soon!

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  7. Oh, no! Hope you feel better soon. I had my gall bladder removed three years ago after a particularly nasty attack that I swear hurt worse than giving birth did. But I felt a lot better once they removed that little varmint. If you do have to have surgery, my advice is to try and avoid any fatty foods until then as they'll wreak havoc on your gall bladder. Hoping all goes well for you.

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  8. Thank you. :) I am feeling better, right now. I am watching what I eat and so far, I am okay but I need to get in and see my doc and take it from there. :)

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  9. I'm feeling better, thank you. Yes, that nasty little bugger needs to come out, soon. I'll see my doc and we'll go from there. You don't sound like a druggie. I am not big on taking pain killers, I only use them if I can't stand it, otherwise. The ER doc ordered Fentanyl, just before he discharged me, the other morning. Woo-eee! That was my first time getting that stuff and boy-o-boy. I felt sooooo fine. All day long. LOL 

    I don't have a Helmer. That is two Melmers, stacked. They need to be joined by a couple more. :D

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  10. Thank you. I do feel better. I am watching what I eat and that is helping a lot. I still need to deal with that little sucker, tho because it isn't going to stay quiet for long. LOL

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  11. Best surgery I ever had. They poke a couple little, tiny holes and poof, no more Samurai swords going through body. I only took the pain meds for 2 days, it was that almost pain free (or maybe that much of an improvement? You know.). But, uhhhhhhhhhhh, take the Ducolax for a few days after you stop the pain meds. Just sayin'.

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  12. Thanks for the head's up. I learned that lesson the hard way after my hysterectomy, in '98. lol 

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  13.  Lol. It's not a lesson you need twice, that's for sure. Strangely, they gave me stronger stuff (Percs vs Vicodin) for the GB than the did my hysterectomy. Should have been the other way around.

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  14. I was given Fentenyl  just before I was released from the ER. First time for that... Woooo-eeee! I was feeling no pain, all day long. lol I have some Percoset, if I need it. I would prefer to avoid taking it. I also have an anti nausea med, just in case. Just watching what I am eating is helping until I decide to go ahead and pull the trigger and get that sucker yanked. :)

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  15. Awhh I hope you're feeling better :]

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  16.  Get it yanked. Sometimes even watching what you eat doesn't help when the stones get going (and contrary to what they tell you, the stones don't always show up on their magic tests). After a really bad attack, I contacted a surgeon even though ultrasounds and such showed no stones. When they yanked it, there were stones. I was glad I went ahead and did it. Two friends of mine (one because she's a small business owner concerned about time off, and the other because she needs a good smack) put theirs off until infection set in and had a much worse time than I did. And it's nice to be able to eat a little rich food again although I will never again eat a 10 oz rib eye.

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  17. It is getting yanked. I'll get to it, soon. :)

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  18. I am, thank you. :)

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