Okay...so I can't go work in the yard today because I'm having severe pain in my whachamacallit...you know what I mean. The Butt cheek thingy that runs down your hip, thigh, knee, leg...begins with an 'S'. Anyway, I have been searching the globe for answers to these deep, meaningful questions that plague me night and day as I have nothing better to do. Please use your fibro brain and help me solve these earth shattering mysteries.
What the heck does 'all the live long day' mean...as in 'I've been working on the railroad?'
Why in movies, don't they ever have screens on the windows..you always see the curtains blowing seductively in the breeze and a moon in the back ground...where's the mosquitos and spiders etc?
Speaking of movies...how come they never answer the phone until it rings about ten times? And furthermore...they never say good bye when they are done with the call...they just hang up?
Oh...and they always order a five course meal and never eat it...just pick at it with a fork then get up and leave. What???
I wanna know about those 'plugs' that cover the screws holding the toilet down. Do any of you have them still intact? They fall off the minute you try to wash the stupid edges of the toilet. Oh, the humanity. I hate it when that happens.
Why does the hubby leave three mini wheats in the box...I go get the milk and bowl...spoon then pick up the box which is in fact empty? This behavior should be studied in depth by somebody with a big long name and three degrees from Harvard.
Why is my OCD 85 year old neighbor scrubbing her mail box with a Brillo pad? Doesn't she know this destroys my self esteem and I am compelled to do something productive even though my fat fanny wants to stay put on my soft chair cushion? It's a geriatric conspiracy, I tell you...It's Saturday so this is the day she sweeps the street and power washes her bird feeders. Really..I'm not kidding.
I'm done. My fibro brain is fried. My fanny hurts. "Live long day..." really...what IS that all about?
fibro, menieres disease, RLS, anxiety disorder, disc compression, scoliosis, spinal stenosis TMJ Meds: Lexapro and valium