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  • NoHookUpZoneNoHookUpZone Posts: 1,571Member, Premium Member Posts: 1,571Member, Premium Member
    It's bad when you have to ask yourself if the cure is worse than that problem. :-)

    If I was feeling worse I might subject myself to such abuse.
  • sufferlandriansufferlandrian Posts: 7,096Member Member Posts: 7,096Member Member
    Well, four hours to go and I'm out of food. OK, I have junk food but I was trying to avoid that.
  • NoHookUpZoneNoHookUpZone Posts: 1,571Member, Premium Member Posts: 1,571Member, Premium Member
    I had a few Skittles... Yum yum, just a few
  • sufferlandriansufferlandrian Posts: 7,096Member Member Posts: 7,096Member Member
    Opted for peanut M&Ms. :-)
  • NoHookUpZoneNoHookUpZone Posts: 1,571Member, Premium Member Posts: 1,571Member, Premium Member
    Opted for peanut M&Ms. :-)

    Gaaaasp!


    *Steals*
  • sufferlandriansufferlandrian Posts: 7,096Member Member Posts: 7,096Member Member
  • canadjinehcanadjineh Posts: 4,912Member Member Posts: 4,912Member Member
    I like to watch the Alka Seltzer fizz, but I can't drink it until the fizz is gone. :-) I'm more of a Pepto Bismol kind of guy.

    I have no Pepto! I'm not going to the store at 2 am :/

    I'm probably just going to suffer because I can't stand Alka Seltzer either

    A tsp of baking soda in water works the same and no fizz - doesn't taste great but....
  • sufferlandriansufferlandrian Posts: 7,096Member Member Posts: 7,096Member Member
    Can I add that tsp of baking soda to a milkshake? That would make it taste better. :-)
  • jennifer_417jennifer_417 Posts: 12,305Member Member Posts: 12,305Member Member
    Can I just add a milkshake to everything? I'm certain that would make me feel better.
  • bethanie0825bethanie0825 Posts: 1,239Member Member Posts: 1,239Member Member
    Mmm...milkshakes....lol

    I'm working mids this week (12p-12a) and it's weird but I kinda like it.
  • canadjinehcanadjineh Posts: 4,912Member Member Posts: 4,912Member Member
    Mmm...milkshakes....lol

    I'm working mids this week (12p-12a) and it's weird but I kinda like it.

    That shift sounds very doable especially if you stay up when you get off work to do errands/business in town. It's nice to have the early afternoon to do all the crap. I could see this lending itself well to Intermittent Fasting or One Meal a Day plans. I like the fact that I still have the midafternoons to do all my stuff after I sleep (off work at 5AM -in bed before 6) and I can still have a nice dinner with hubby before I head off to work that night.
  • bethanie0825bethanie0825 Posts: 1,239Member Member Posts: 1,239Member Member
    canadjineh wrote: »
    Mmm...milkshakes....lol

    I'm working mids this week (12p-12a) and it's weird but I kinda like it.

    That shift sounds very doable especially if you stay up when you get off work to do errands/business in town. It's nice to have the early afternoon to do all the crap. I could see this lending itself well to Intermittent Fasting or One Meal a Day plans. I like the fact that I still have the midafternoons to do all my stuff after I sleep (off work at 5AM -in bed before 6) and I can still have a nice dinner with hubby before I head off to work that night.

    When I work my regular 6p-6a schedule, I typically only eat one big meal. I won't eat after midnight unless I'm absolutely starving and won't eat again till after 6pm when I get back. If it's my day off, I won't eat till 2-3pm and stop by 10pm.
  • Safari_Gal_Safari_Gal_ Posts: 273Member, Premium Member Posts: 273Member, Premium Member
    My people. :)
  • chsberthelot7946chsberthelot7946 Posts: 4Member Member Posts: 4Member Member
    8 hrs left to go on my shift slow night
  • jennifer_417jennifer_417 Posts: 12,305Member Member Posts: 12,305Member Member
    Welcome noobs! What do you guys do?
  • sufferlandriansufferlandrian Posts: 7,096Member Member Posts: 7,096Member Member
    Sometimes it’s hard to explain to a client that nothing their regular vet did was wrong. It’s just that medicine isn’t an exact science and dogs don’t always read the book. Glad these clients could listen to what I was saying. Hope the clients from the new vets surgery can do the same. Regular vet couldn’t see anything on radiographs and gave meds and sent the dog home. Midnight rolls around the the dog is grunting it’s so painful. I couldn’t see anything on radiographs either. However, she was so painful I figured there must be something in there. Sure enough. There was a string trying to saw a hole in the intestines. You really couldn’t see it on plain film. Dog is doing better but he’s about three more days before we can say he’s out of the woods.
  • jennifer_417jennifer_417 Posts: 12,305Member Member Posts: 12,305Member Member
    That does sound super painful! Glad you caught it and hope he does ok!
  • jennifer_417jennifer_417 Posts: 12,305Member Member Posts: 12,305Member Member
    The weirdest thing made me feel a little bit of a failure as an adult today, lol. I moved and decided to put my bed in the corner of the room instead of the middle of the wall (the supposed "grown up" way), and for some reason it felt so much more comfortable to have a wall at my back. Is that weird?
  • dlbohl1991dlbohl1991 Posts: 788Member Member Posts: 788Member Member
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  • NoHookUpZoneNoHookUpZone Posts: 1,571Member, Premium Member Posts: 1,571Member, Premium Member
    The weirdest thing made me feel a little bit of a failure as an adult today, lol. I moved and decided to put my bed in the corner of the room instead of the middle of the wall (the supposed "grown up" way), and for some reason it felt so much more comfortable to have a wall at my back. Is that weird?

    Not weird at all. Sleeping with a body pillow behind me gives me that same cozy feeling.
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