Sanna's Bag

“I never seem to have what I need when I need it. I’m going to make a belt-bag that’s bigger on the inside than on the outside, and just carry everything with me.”

Monday, June 27, 2011

This is stupid

I was standing in  a lovely meadow having a violent argument with a tall blonde woman over whether Mary wore that blue chiffon thing to the party or if she had on that white lace tent.  And I finally concluded, "You're a cow and I  never liked you and it's stupid for you to be standing here arguing with me because you're in EGYPT!  Or - or -maybe  I'm in Egypt. Be that as it may, it's idiotic for you to keep on arguing with me!" 

And I'm not even sure I was dreaming. 

Really, the pain is prefrrable to the Oxycodone.


  • At 6:47 AM , Blogger Tim Young said...

    I tried to use Oxycodone for my knee pain and after taking a total of 5 of the things over 3 days I gave up. Life is to short to deliberately dumb myself down. People actually steal for these things. Yuck!

  • At 8:05 AM , Anonymous Billi-Jean said...

    hahah! Yeah, it probably is. When I took it, at first there gnomes! Living in my walls! And there were secret little doors that you couldn't see when they were closed and inside was their whole city with colourful houses and a railway and flying cars and everything! Of course, there were beautiful gardens and flowers everywhere! And they were so happy! And they brought me so much joy! ... and i just lay there grinning like an idiot.

    But that only lasted two days. Then I just got night paralysis.. that was terrifying and went on forever and ever, and it happened many times a night. And that's when the pain became preferable for me.

  • At 8:48 AM , Anonymous Lisa Nowak said...

    Yeah, maybe you better back away from that stuff. :)

  • At 11:48 AM , Anonymous Benita said...

    I completely understand. Whenever I've had surgery, I weaned myself off the prescription pain meds onto just plain-old Advil as soon as I could because of the wild dreams, the hallucinations and the inability to focus on anything. At least it is all over and you can now heal for real.

  • At 11:59 AM , Anonymous tlbw said...

    Geez. I'm wondering if there isn't something else they could be giving you. Say Vicodin. It seems like the largest gun (one well known to have "issues") was brought out first thing. I mean, this is what is used in terminal cancer situations.(Friends, remember that, in extremis, I'd prefer a morphine pump. People in severe pain allowed to self-administer morphine have been consistently shown to need less and report superior pain control without developing addiction.)Tell the doc what is going on; don't try to go med-free immediately but ask for something else!
    You're in my thoughts and prayers, dear friend.

  • At 12:08 PM , Blogger Rose Lefebvre said...

    I avoid pain pills at all cost. Even after surgeries I only had them in the hospital and at home just slept!
    I bet DH is laughing at your mirages!

  • At 4:44 PM , Blogger KnitTech said...

    I live on them for about two weeks, it's about all I can stand.

    Awesome dream. =^.^=

  • At 4:55 AM , Blogger Donna Lee said...

    Those pills just make me sleep. It's like being hit upside the head with a brick. I'll just be sitting there and then I'm asleep. I don't feel pain but I'm not able to function.

    I hope the pain is getting better. It's a painful reminder that our bodies take a bit longer to heal when we're not 18 anymore.

  • At 6:38 AM , Blogger Heide said...

    I'm sure it WAS the blue chiffon and it looked dreadful on her. It's a tough call to make when Egypt contains argumentative people but Milwaukee is full of pain. Too bad you couldn't go someplace in between... maybe South America or Europe. Hugs to you and kisses to your dear little wrist. I'm up and mobile again, so if you need anything brought to you then just whistle!

  • At 8:03 AM , Blogger Amy Lane said...

    Dayum-- thems some good dreams, sweetie!


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