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July 22, 2009

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Sorry you missed out on the chemorgasm... but at least you're at the cutting edge of dining fashion, and that's what matters, right?
By the way, you are amazing. Keep your pecker up, and maybe you'll start feeling it *down there* some time soon...

Chemorgasm. You deserve a meal for coming up with that. Maybe if they promised a free orgasm with every treatment.... naw.

Dear Tammy-
You always make me smile. Thank you for that. I'm wishing all the best for you.

Hang in, my friend.

Oh, Tammy. Here you are... the one with cancer. And yet you're keeping everyone else laughing. Incredible. If I ever get seriously ill, I want you to come live with me.

When Harry Met Sally - nice touch. One of my favs.

Already looking forward to next time, are we? Must have been... OK!
Yay.

How will he trick you next time? Will it involve a blindfold?

If he tells you you're going out for ice cream, run in the other direction.

hehehe you two are one of a kind. Keep on smiling kids. big hug

This left me snickering. The patrons of the cafe I'm in are giving me funny looks.

Good work. :)

(Btw, if the treatment leaves you with any sort of funny metallic taste in your mouth, ginger tea might help. At least that's what my father did.)

I hadn't visited you in a long time, so i didn't know of your diagnosis. I had three and 1/2 weeks of iron infusion treatments last month in a chemo ward and my guess is you were overdressed for the affair. Laughter is a great cure.

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CC: MTLHRV XIP MTJ HKESJ; FM'V OJJH L TLPE UJJR! Still standing.

maybelles mom: Next time, I'm wearing my prom dress!

adele: Good idea. There is a weird taste thing going on. In the absence of tea, I'm trying flat ginger ale.

Free: Thanks, Free!

Jess: Or, grab the ice cream first and then run in the other direction.

Mary: Unfortunately, I'm very easy to trick.

CC: (dry heaves)

Amy: I actually have a terrible bedside manner, but I'm learning to be better. Stay healthy.

Susanna: I'm hanging. Love the books you sent.

Allison: Thanks, Allison!

aimee: Now that I've had a week to reflect, I wish I could convey just how wrong it is to merge the words chemo and orgasm together. They are in two opposing dimensions that shall never intersect. I regret the error.

Charlie: You have a way with words! (wink)

I almost peed my pants reading this post! Keep it up with that laughter and spirit, and that cancer doesn't have a fucking chance! I just shared this post with a friend going through chemo. Thanks for sharing your indomitable essence for life.

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