Thursday, December 01, 2011

It's Too Close For Comfort

Yes, it is completely possible to live without a gallbladder.

But I wouldn't recommend it.

Other things I would not recommend:

nerve damage

getting gluten'd

deciding to tear down and rebuild a walkout in less than 48 hours

going outside in the ice. or snow. or rain. or blistering heat.

All in all we're fine. Getting back to normal - at least, finding a new normal. A new normal with lots of pills to counter-balance the loss of a gallbladder.

Today is the day we begin our advent calendars, also known as let's see how crazy the Lego people got this year. We haven't opened them yet, but I'm on pins and needles to do so.

And yes, Emerson has gotten quite artistic around here. His favorite medium is purposely spilled godawfullyexpensive formula.

I'm quite convinced the is the precursor to watercolors.


amy h said...

That end table really is his favorite little spot, isn't it? (And you already know I think the whole gall bladder thing sucks. I hope the pain is diminishing.)

lori/laeroport said...

I've missed you here. Hang in there with the new normal. You know, as soon as you get a handle on it, it will change. But hey, ho. It's all part of the living.
xo, my friend.

Jersey Knitting Mama said...

Hang in there girl! Take good care!

Julia said...

It's though to take care of everyone and everything daily, but a mum got to do what a mum got to do! The reward is the love of your family.