...For a few days, anyway.
I'm scheduled for a little teensy-tiny, eensy-weensy out-patient procedure tomorrow (Monday) morning.
Since the doctor told me no less than three times how it wouldn't hurt that much, I have a sneaking suspicion that it's going to hurt. A lot. Well, at least afterwards.
That suspicioun is rooted in past experiences. About 17 or so years ago, after we had lost our second baby, one of the "routine tests" that my doctor wanted to do was something called an endometrial biopsy.
If you are a women, and you are reading this, and you have had one of these, you already know what I'm going to say next.
If you are a man, forget about it. You cannot even begin to imagine.
So badly. So very badly.
I've had to undergo that procedure twice in my adult career, and if I never go through it again, it will be too soon. I would not wish it one anyone.
Female doctors will give you a sedative, and/or a tranquilizer and advise you to bring a friend or family member to drive you home. Male doctors say "Let's just get this done! It will be over with in just a second - why it's just a little pinch!" in a jolly voice.
I'd like to pinch something of theirs, and see how they feel.
Trust me, they wouldn't be so damn jolly afterwards.
Luckily, my adventure in out-patient surgery tomorrow will be nowhere near my uterus.
In the meantime, I recommend going over and visiting Stu. He is doing this newfangled AudioBlogging now, and his current post is to show me just how easy it is to get started.
He thinks I'm going to AudioBlog.
I like Stu. He makes me laugh!
Be sure to visit Danger Mouse too. Especially if you have any good advice for morning sickness. :)
So, that should keep you busy for a little while. Don't forget to check out all of my friends over there on the right, in my blogroll. Every one of 'em is special. :)
I'll see you in a few days.