Here are the questions and my answers for this weeks’ Share Your World hosted by Cee Neuner.
February 19, 2018
How do you like your eggs? In my chocolate cake. I don’t eat just plain eggs. I have never been able to tolerate them. What I think is funny is I never have had a problem with them in food that includes eggs.
Have you ever met anyone famous? Famous is a relative term. I have met a few international quilt teachers. I have met a few Philadelphia Phillies baseball players. I met President Nixon when I was a kid and he came through Levittown, PA. Well, he touched my hand, meet is maybe an overstatement.
What was the first thing you bought with your own money? The first thing I bought with my own money was a pair of wool shorts. I wore them until they fell apart. 🙂
What did you appreciate or what made you smile this past week? Early last Wednesday morning I awoke with a terrible pain in my left flank. The pain was so bad, that it had me nauseated. I attempted to wait it out to no avail. Finally, after an hour had passed with no improvement I decided I had better drive myself to the hospital. It’s only a little over two miles away from me.
Well, that was an exercise in futility. I made it to my living room and collapsed onto my couch. I hated to do it but called my daughter so she could take me. By the time I got into the ER I thought that I was dying.
I was taken very promptly. Before I knew what hit me they had an IV in my arm, got labs and gave me some IV pain medication and something for nausea. Once the meds took hold, I was whisked off for a CT Scan. You guessed it. I had a Kidney Stone! I have never had one before. Being a nurse, I had taken care of many patients with kidney stones. I thought I had empathy for them. NOW I have empathy. I can’t think of much else more painful.
So, what I am most appreciative of this week is that that wonderful doctor ordered pain meds. That wonderful nurse got an IV in me with one stick that I really didn’t feel, then proceeded to administer the meds. And lastly, I passed that stone on Saturday!