My Face is Red

I am such a perfectionist and I spelled lovable wrong.  I am sooo embarrassed.  You all still love me, though, right?

6 responses to “My Face is Red

  1. Hello Gail,
     
    Exactly right. Hate the sin, love the sinner. If you read the other two comments about this blog, you will be laughing as hard as I am about the inability of the person to understand what I wrote. "There is none so blind as he who will not see." – Ray Stevens.  This is the way of the extremists. They will not see and they have closed their minds. That is life.
     
    Peace & Blessings.
     

  2. Hello Gail,
     
    I should have checked both blogs first. The people of Massachussetts definitely have a problem. The love of money is the root of all evil. Apparently Massachussetts loves money more than anything else. If this were not the case, Edward Kennedy would never have been reelected.
     
    Peace & Blessings.
     

  3. Hello Gail
     
    The home website for prolotherapy is http://www.prolotherapy.com . From what I have read this can be a very proficient and profitable procedure. It is much better that some of the other procedures that are in existence like implanted morphine pumps, implanted nerve stimulators, transcutaneous nerve stimulators (TENS units), etc. Here I go again jumping into other people’s business. Being a totally Nosy Nelson, a Busy Body, whatever one wishes to call me. I have seen the three procedures I have mentioned and they are a pain. Pardon the pun. Drugs only require more drugs as time goes on. I personally hate taking any drugs. If you haven’t researched prolotherapy, I hope this helps.
     
    Peace & Blessings.
     

  4. go back & change the spelling Gail !
    not that it matters …lol
    thanks for the’ sentence’ it is a good one 🙂
    chronic pain is a real sleep robber ..
    I have rheumatoid arthritis & know how it is when you are so tired but cannot get comfortable to sleep .I use fentanyl patches along with anti-inflammatory drugs (both on prescription )they do help but not always at night time ..better get to bed now as Fergus is fast asleep & I will be up at 8 am ..early for me ….lol
    lady of leisure that I am I do not usually rush out of bed in the mornings 🙂
    God bless all you do In His name
    sandra

  5. Hello Gail,
     
    Prolotherapy was just a new therapy that I had not heard of before. Curiosity got the better of me and I had to find out. The TENS unit is not for constant usage. The leads can burn the skin and the tape can cause an allergy to develop. The implanted morphine pump, the leads can slip out and some doctors treat the patient like they are drug seekers when the pump runs low. Forget about hot tubs with an implanted morphine pump. Also, when the leads slip out it takes forever for the doctor to listen to the patient. This will cause weight gain. After the pump is finally removed, if the leads have slipped, out a 15 pound weight loss overnight is not uncommon. The implanted nerve stimulator, a person cannot go through the detectors at stores or the airport nor can teh security wand be used due to potential nerve damage being caused. The stimulator must be turned OFF when driving. Then there are the medication patches. These are placed on the skin and are good for three days. Developing an allergy to the tape is the worst problem if one is not allergic to the medication. OK now that I sound like a know it all, my wife has been through all of these. I travelled the road with her. As she learned, I learned.
     
    Peace & Blessings.
     

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