Tuesday, August 18, 2009

Quick Update

I'm home and remain couchless.

*sigh*

The living room has been turned into a medical supply showroom, and we couldn't fit a couch in here anyway with the assortment of things like walkers, hospital bed, canes, crutches, wheelchairs, special recliner, and a commode.

I'm sporadically online because the 3 days a week that I get dialysis I'm sick all day. They upped my time to 5 hours which I hope makes it better.

Got to prepare my blog post about the NJ zoo for depressed animals.

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18 comments:

Secondary Roads said...

Don't know about the zoo, but I think I attended the School for Depressed Animals.
-- Chuck

MA Fat Woman said...

Glad you're home!

Sandee said...

I'm glad you are home. Just get better Crotchety. Hopefully the 5 hours will do the trick.

Have a terrific day. Best regards to Mrs. Crotchety. :)

barb said...

Ack. Is there at least a TV for when you don't want to play on the computer?

Pricilla said...

I hope they do something to make you feel better. You need to keep yelling at cars.....

Swirl Girl said...

time is on your side Crotchety...
at least you are home and healing.

nonamedufus said...

Gee DOM, you're living the life most men dream of. You've graduated from a couch potato to a commode potato. Eww, that doesn't sound right. But hey you can watch TV without missing any of the action and having to get up and go to the bathroom!

P.S. drop by my blog. I've not awarded you the meme award that I'm not going to send you...or something like that.

ReformingGeek said...

I think I'll invent a couch that doubles as a commode. There will also be a computer stand attached to it that you can move in and out of position. It will have wheels that allow 360 degree rotation, plus forward and reverse.

Yeah, right.

5 hours? Wow. Hang in there.

Don said...

I have a friend that's been on it about two months and is expected to drop back to two days a week. He's doing well so far, and may get cut loose next month. So good luck to you Joe. Hang in there buddy.

Lauren said...

Dialysis is exhausting but I hope you are getting better and better each day.

Stacie's Madness said...

get better soon!

Quirkyloon said...

DOM!

Sorry that the "D" is making you sick, Dude.

The "D" makes me sick too.

Oh, we're not talking diarrhea are we?

Wrong "D"!

Ooops!

{hug}

FishHawk said...

Yeah, being a Giants and Yankees fan would be depressing. For even with great success comes all of that shame. It is better than being a footie fanatic like SOME people we know, however. Hurry up and get better. I miss your attempts at witty banter.

Jan from BetterSpines said...

You poor old bugger! Can't you get Tim Taylor or someone to make up a couch/commode/computer area for you? Man cannot live without a couch. Glad you're home!

lot 2 learn said...

Hang in there my friend

unfinishedrambler said...

I just woke up from a nap and thought that you said you remained "crotchless." I thought, Whoa. Then I realized I need to read things a little closer. ;) Glad you still have your crotch and your crotchetiness. :)

Lin said...

Cool living room set-up ya got there, Joe! I mean, all you need is a mini-fridge in there and it would be like a one-room apartment! Who needs a couch anyway when you got one of those commode thingys. We all need those for watching TV nowadays. Hang in there, pally.

Jenn Thorson said...

Aw, Crotchety, that sucks. Is the sickness from the dialysis something you'll eventually get used to once you get rolling on it, or what?

You poor fellow. I'll be thinking about you.