Friday, July 20, 2007

Just so you know

As soon as Nora gets this cast off of her arm, I am going to break my arm. Seriously - I am.

This child has cashed in so much from the sympathy (and generosity) of others... money, movies, toys, a cookie bouquet (my personal favorite), numerous cards and phone calls to see how the girl is doing.

It is all greatly appreciated, but really, if it doesn't stop she's going to break a bone every 6 months or so - or Ryann will want to get in on the goods and she'll break one.

Honestly, though, I think it was the surgery. Only one thing came before the surgery and after the surgery the motherload began...

My herniated disks are really bothering me, I think I need surgery.

8 comments:

Carol 8:53 PM  

Go for it! And make sure you get all you can out of your hospital stay... stay overnight for as many days as you can! Us blogger buddies will chip in for the cookie bouquet!

Heaven Sent 11:36 PM  

Glad your peanut is doing better... and got a little royal treatment.

And yes, you deserve some too, not to mention some comfort! you def have a cookie bouquet coming your way if you decide to go through with the surgery!

Jen 8:16 AM  

When grown-ups have surgery, they get casseroles. With tons of fat and Velveeta. I'll make you a good one. :-)

Jen 8:16 AM  

When grown-ups have surgery, they get casseroles. With tons of fat and Velveeta. I'll make you a good one. :-)

amanda 8:40 PM  

Jana, you crack me up. Let me know where to send flowers. :)

mrseagen 9:52 AM  

do you really think that will work? I think if I broke my arm I'd have to do things left handed for a while with my kids making fun of me! twerps

Mommy Brain 1:16 PM  

Did you really mean it? Have you broken an arm or fingers that keep you from blogging? Jana, we miss you, we miss your witty sense of humor, we miss seeing beautiful pictures of you children...where do we send the casserole?

mrseagen 3:46 PM  

I had the same thought yesterday.... where are you :(

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