posted on Oct, 7 2014 @ 12:05 AM
originally posted by: WanDash
a reply to: Anyafaj
Sounds like your life is regular "Sound of Music"!
Maybe, if one of us gets it - we should just have a mountain-top party...sit around the ol' campfire...and...share it.
If any of us survive - Great! Otherwise...we laughed in its face, and took whatever it had to offer.
I figure, I'm going to laugh, and live while I'm here and enjoy life while I can. While I'm awake that is. Between muscle relaxers and Percocet
and Vicodin, have the time I'm lucky if I can remember my name. LOL Even though I'm prescribed the stuff for massive waves of pain, quite
truthfully 75% of the time I go without. I was in a coma once for 2 weeks. It's not fun to be able to hear everyone around you, yell and shout to
get their attention and have them not hear you. (Spinal surgery, lost over 6 bags of blood, they thought I lost 4. Almost choked to death while in
the coma and began screaming for help. Just as a blacked out a nurse came running and they began shoving tubes down my nose into my stomach. They
kept telling me to swallow the tube and being a smart mouth, even in a coma, I kept sassing back in my head "I AM DUMB@$$!!! Stop shoving long
enough to let me!!" After they gave me 3 more bags of blood, eventually I came out of the coma. It was a VERY trippy experience though.)
No matter how down I get because of the pain, I just text my daughter. She was born missing part of her brain and autistic. And let me tell you, she
is constantly cheerful! Even when she is down, she finds a reason to smile. Plus, back in March, I adopted a puppy. I tried to get a nice calm dog.
Yeah, that didn't quite work out. I got my daughter on 4 legs. LOL
If this Ebola gets me, I may be in pain, I may be suffering, but dammit, I'm going out with a smile on my face and I refuse to let my daughter near
my place to give her a chance to survive. (It may not be a large one, but it will be a chance nonetheless!)