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RE: OT/MRI Results

Interesting point Donna.  I have some lovely things planted by the birdies for me!
But I also understand Andrea's frustration.  As one who is rarely sick, I have no patience for being less than 100%.  It annoys me.


---------- Original Message ----------------------------------
From: "Donna " <justme@prairieinet.net>
Reply-To: gardenchat@hort.net
Date:  Mon, 30 Jun 2003 22:12:07 -0500

>Got to listen to the doctor! It would be great if you didn't have any
>surgery... the garden will wait, might get overgrown, but you never
>know- some rare treat may show up that would have been weeded away:)
>Hope you feel better soon.
>> Hi, all. For those of you who wanted to know, the Doc called yesterday
>> with my
>> MRI results. I have not one, but two bulging disks in my L4 and L5
>> vertebrae.
>> yay me.
>> I am to see him again on July 11 and no gardening until then, at all.
>> also
>> discovered that it's not a good idea to mop or vacuum either as I have
>> spent
>> the day lying flat on my back in pain. So I get to have a messy garden
>> a
>> messy house. Not complaining mind you, I'm glad to know what's wrong
>> finally
>> and that there are things we can do. Right at this particular moment
>> so
>> fed up I want to say "JUST OPERATE! FOR CRYING OUT LOUD!" But of
>course he
>> assured me that surgery is a last resort.  So I'm on heavy duty
>> anti-inflammatory drugs, and I can't do anything. Except got to work
>> walk
>> around. So there we are! Just thought I'd let you all know. Oh, and I
>> bought a
>> gorgeous Hibiscus moscheutos that is this deep magenta. It's sitting
>in a
>> container of water till someone can plant it for me. Thank goodness
>> raining a lot right now!
>> Andrea H
>> Beaufort, SC
>> Zone 8b
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