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my hobbies include being right and petting other peoples cats
Saturday nights are for the ER
Spent my saturday night in the ER getting my stupid back looked at. I rolled over funny while reading in bed and the whole thing just wrenched up. I had to get my mom’s neighbor to give me a ride to the ER since I’m in Rockville house/dog/brother sitting and was pretty sure they’d be giving me meds that I couldn’t drive myself home on. That was super awkward but I was in enough pain that I didn’t care. I really, really, really hate going to new ERs—-there’s something comforting about always going to yr hometown one, and being in a new one where you don’t know the layout or anything sucks. I have to call the pain center first thing Monday, because I signed a contract with them saying I woudln’t get pain meds for anywhere else but they gave me Oxycodone and Valium in the ER and a prescription for a few days worth of those. I hope they will still treat me—they must understand that it was an emergency situation? Do any of y’all have experience with pain center drs/getting emergency painkillers when you’re on a contract?
The nurse seemed pretty interested in my EDS, she asked when/how I was diagnosed, and seemed pretty surprised it was in 1992. I explained how I was showing signs of Marfans and that they wanted to make sure I didn’t have that, which is how I got a full work-up when I was two and a half.
I’m house/dog/brother sitting for my mom while she’s on her honeymoon in Istanbul and Vienna, which I thought was going to be super easy, but it turns out keeping my brother and the dogs alive is harder than previously thought. I’m used to cats, and they don’t have to be let outside super early and mine snack all day from their food bowl, so I don’t have to bother with feeding them twice a day, I just keep their food bowl full. The dogs and brother have to be let out/woken up for school early (like 6 am early) and fed twice a day. This morning I didn’t even bother changing out of my leopard-print fuzzy PJs to drive the kid to school at 6:30 so I’m super glad I didn’t get in an accident.
The house thermostat is super complicated, and set to like, 62 degrees at night, which is unacceptable considering how cold I am all the time anyway. I’m sleeping with like four quilts and a hoodie on. I changed the pre-set to 70, but I’m not sure it stuck.
I spent the evening watch my Caps lose to the Rangers, that was unfun :(, it was nice to yell at the TV with my brother though.