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Old 03-05-2013, 04:45 PM   #3081
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Not home yet. Possibly today. The surgery is more complicated than expected. They thought they would be able to take out the mass behind the kidney. Now they need to have a consultation w several doc's because the mass is attatched & growing into the kidney. Still waiting for consultation right now w surgeon. Everyone seems to think they will send me home for a few days then schedule the surgery in the very near future. We just have to wait & wait some more for some answers.
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Old 03-05-2013, 05:04 PM   #3082
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Not home yet. Possibly today. The surgery is more complicated than expected. They thought they would be able to take out the mass behind the kidney. Now they need to have a consultation w several doc's because the mass is attatched & growing into the kidney. Still waiting for consultation right now w surgeon. Everyone seems to think they will send me home for a few days then schedule the surgery in the very near future. We just have to wait & wait some more for some answers.
Cantcha just ask 'em for a new, 18 year old body to replace the one you have? I mean, up here in the U.P., medicine isn't so advanced as to allow it here, or at least, that's what the Doc's say (I think they're hoarding all the young bodies for themselves.". But in the larger cities, and more populated regions of the continent, surely they must be just sending new bodies off of the assembly line faster than the stores can sell 'em.

If you see any spares, send me a 21 year old model, so's I can replace this one that I'm wearing.

In all seriousness, I hope they get everything figured out soon, and that they have a little guidance when they go to work, from our creator.

Seeeeeeeeya; Chief Longwind of the North
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Old 03-06-2013, 08:30 AM   #3083
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I picked up a cabbage for $1 yesterday, so I'm doing my "kimchi" cabbage breakfast again.

What have you had for breakfast lately?
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Old 03-06-2013, 09:42 AM   #3084
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I picked up a cabbage for $1 yesterday, so I'm doing my "kimchi" cabbage breakfast again.

What have you had for breakfast lately?
I had some tofu leftover from last night, as well as snow peas, so added those to the cabbage, a handful of black beans, as well as some tamarind instead of the fish sauce. Cut the egg back to 1 and broke it when plating. Oh, and glass of beet-carrot-parsley juice. I love beet juice and studies have shown it helps to lower blood pressure. I love breakfast. This one does take a bit more time because of the cabbage.
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Old 03-06-2013, 08:22 PM   #3085
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I had some tofu leftover from last night, as well as snow peas, so added those to the cabbage, a handful of black beans, as well as some tamarind instead of the fish sauce. Cut the egg back to 1 and broke it when plating. Oh, and glass of beet-carrot-parsley juice. I love beet juice and studies have shown it helps to lower blood pressure. I love breakfast. This one does take a bit more time because of the cabbage.
Wonderful looking breakfast CWS
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Old 03-06-2013, 08:24 PM   #3086
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This morning I had some crunchy nut cornflakes YUM!!
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Old 03-06-2013, 08:30 PM   #3087
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I had a grilled cheese sandwich with Havarti and cheddar and some grapes.
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Old 03-06-2013, 08:54 PM   #3088
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1/2 cup of life cereal with skim milk & 4 small pieces of beef jerky with a cup of coffee/creamer.
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Old 03-06-2013, 09:30 PM   #3089
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this morning was leftover pad thai with lots of sriracha, and diet peach iced tea.
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Hard boiled egg, Cheerios with milk and sugar, V-8, Coffee and water. I need more water. I forgot at work today and ended up only having 24 oz during the day...I've been chugging it since I got home.
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