Muddle-headed Kay (mhw) wrote,
Muddle-headed Kay
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Better news

Hey, it's not been so bad today. Justin bought me a cute present - 150g of Bertie Bott's Every-flavour Beans. Yum. I really like the carrot and horseradish flavours. As well as being pleasant to munch, they were a good way of getting some sugar back into my system without adding much volume (volume tends to make me hurl when I'm like this, so I tend to dehydrate too *gah*).

The spine's much more reasonable today. I've only needed 20mg of morphine so far. So, even though I'm still spacey and not corporeally wonderful, I'm pretty happy.

Oh yes: why oh why can't we have an "I'm a Brit, spell words differently" option when we spell-check our posts? :(
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