So I found out a few months ago that I had these fibroids. I guess that half of all women get them but they aren’t always the size of grapefruit and tennis balls. I made my doctor promise to take photos for me. He wouldn’t let me take them home but he said they are hard like a baseball and dense, not spongy or juicy like they look.
Here’s a pic of what they took out of me.
It’s crazy cuz they had to do a c-section, they were so big. Surgery is crazy. There’s nothing you can do to prepare for it other than get some rest, eat well, and get some exercise. You show up at the hospital and things just start happening, you get hooked up to an IV and then wheeled into a room and you’re talking to people and then suddenly you wake up and it’s all over and people are quickly moving you to another room. I started crying and they asked, “Do you feel pain? Where does it hurt?” and I told them that I wasn’t crying from pain. I wasn’t sure why I was crying and they said that was a normal reaction to surgery. You’re in shock. The best part is the first few days when you’re on an IV of pain killers, you feel totally fine, like you could get up and clean the house and then they take the pain meds out of the IV and give you pills and that’s when you start feeling it…I don’t know if it’s pain as much as just a general discomfort. Tightness in the area where the surgery was. Soreness. I couldn’t sleep for a few days, I was almost always awake. They gave me pills to make me sleep but they didn’t do a thing for me. I just sat up watching TV and reading and playing Draw Something on my phone.
I’m glad those giant tumors are out of me now. I also had a cyst on my ovary and they took that out too. I didn’t get to see a photo of it.
It’s Easter time and how better to celebrate the resurrection of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ than with a delicious Honeybaked Hamgina.
MmmMMMmm… I can smell it now…and taste that juicy hamgina it in my mouth…
This gets like 10 OMGs and like 50 WTFs.
“Ms. Moore, Keep your lips where I can see them and step away from the vodka!”
I think she needs to be added to the National Sex Offender’s Registry.
This is a hilarious lawyer/law comedy short that was shown at the SlamDance film festival back in the 90′s – it’s hilarious and stars Brian Scott McFadden, Vance DeGeneres, and Jeremy Kramer. It’s absolutely hilarious.
What do you think?
Show it to a lawyer you love!
So if you haven’t heard, Alec Baldwin got kicked off an American Airlines flight for playing Words With Friends while sitting at the gate. The plane was not moving. The crew felt he got rude with them and kicked him off the flight.
I’ve flown all the airlines and the only ones worth your money are Virgin and Jet Blue. People say they cost more, but it’s not much, and it’s worth every penny. I often find flights on Jet Blue that are cheaper than the other airlines so I don’t personally find them to be more expensive.
American released this statement via their Facebook page today:
“Since an extremely vocal customer has publicly identified himself as being removed from an American Airlines flight on Tuesday, Dec. 6, we have elected to provide the actual facts of the matter as well as the FAA regulations which American, and all airlines, must enforce. Cell phones and electronic devices are allowed to be used while the aircraft is at the gate and the door is open for boarding. When the door is closed for departure and the seat belt light is turned on, all cell phones and electronic devices must be turned off for taxi-out and take-off. This passenger declined to turn off his cell phone when asked to do so at the appropriate time. The passenger ultimately stood up (with the seat belt light still on for departure) and took his phone into the plane’s lavatory. He slammed the lavatory door so hard, the cockpit crew heard it and became alarmed, even with the cockpit door closed and locked. They immediately contacted the cabin crew to check on the situation. The passenger was extremely rude to the crew, calling them inappropriate names and using offensive language. Given the facts above, the passenger was removed from the flight and denied boarding.”
Sounds like Alec treated the American Airlines crew the way their crews have always treated me in the past. I doubt that when they initially asked him to put the phone away it was in a polite and respectful manner to begin with. I speak from my personal experience on American Airlines in the past. Their flight attendants have always treated me like I’m stupid. When they ask me to do something, or I didn’t hear something…instead of coming over and asking politely and respectfully, I have always been scolded as if I’m a child – loudly, so that all around me can hear the scolding. I assume that is to show everyone else what they will get if they don’t comply immediately with the demands of the crew. Even an intelligent adult sometimes misses an instruction. Sometimes I’m nervous about flying and get up in my head a little bit, or have my headphones on, or a fellow passenger is making noise, or a baby is crying, or I simply don’t hear something, or I’m distracted by a smart phone app. I’m not trying to be a rebel, I’m just human.
As a paying customer their staff has treated me like a nuisance just about every time I’ve ever been unfortunate enough to fly their unfriendly skies. At this point, the only reason I fly American is when someone gives me a free ticket or airline miles and EVEN THEN I have still declined the offer and paid my own way so that I don’t have to deal with the stress of flying American. I have had similar experiences on United as well.
So I’m not buying this American Airlines press release thingie they are putting out there.
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