@ work and bored
can't believe it's almost 4 in the morning
Is there anything meaningful to say at 4AM?
Geesh, I was going to write something... but then my co-worker came up to me and started talking, and now I don't remember what I was going to say.
I have had this pain in my RUQ (Right Upper Quadrant) of my abdomen for the last couple of years. Usually, after waking up, it goes away.
Because I know how long my lungs are, I kept thinking it had to be something on my diaphragm. X-rays show nothing.
The only other thing it could be is either my liver or my gall-bladder.
Considering it's a mostly localized area, I'm thinking it is more possible to be the gall-bladder than the liver, although it seems kind of high. I suppose I could have something wrong with just a small portion of my liver, but knowing physiology, it's pretty unlikely.
Most of the time, I wake up with the pain and then it goes away. For the last couple of years, it's been a sporadic thing, maybe once a week to once a month.
It has been a constant nagging pain for the past week, with no relief at all.
I guess it's time to start thinking about those yearly visits to the doctor that we old people have to do. Damn! I don't feel like I'm old enough that I have to start doing that!
Yay, a yearly finger up my ass to check my prostate!
Damnit! I still feel like I'm in my early to mid twenties!
Well, except for this naggin pain in my abdomen.
Oh yeah, and my knees hurt from time to time.
Not to mention my backaches...
God, is it true that a million years on Earth is but just a second to You?
Is it also true, God, that a million dollars here on Earth is but just a penny to You?
May I ask of You for the donation of a single penny?
Sure. Just a second.
In Case of Emergency
I haven't personally gotten this e-mail, but I understand it's going around.
In an effort to help medical personnel get ahold of someone in case you are injured and unable to give that information (unconscious, etc), an expiriment/program has started where you use the "name" ICE in your cell phone with the number you want medical staff to use to call for your In Case of Emergency.