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The "x-ray"

That Vicki...she's a real jokester. Its a good thing I have a sense of humor otherwise I would call her a flaming bitch instead of a funny lady... Ok so my sense of humor is not THAT great. Vicki told me a month ago that I had to have an "x-ray" at my post-op visit to...

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The problematic pouch

After surgery in March, I recovered SHOCKINGLY fast. Within 2 weeks I was off all pain meds and having a grant old time. Not being able to workout has been a bit of a torture, but I'm dealing with it. You guys saw my post about the stoma separation, and since that...

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My SP-ED Vag

Given my hiatus of blogging....I figured lets jump right back into it. After all, I feel like I can tell you anything Internet. I know it will stay just between you and me. Lets rewind for a while, while I give you all far more information about me than you'd ever...

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Ok Internet we're back on.

Alright so heres the dizzle. I've been hiding under a rock in loserville since surgery...and haven't had much to say lately that wasn't just bitching. But I'm at least a little back now. Since I've been slacking, I have boat load to update you all on....so I might...

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Nothing is Ever Easy

Well for starters, I'm alive. This is going to be a long entry, fair warning. Surgery Surgery went well as far as I know. I officially have a jpouch but its not being used. Dr. Remzi didn't complete the whole thing which really bummed me out, and kinda of pissed me...

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Lucky Lass

Today is the day before my surgery. I've already had my last meal, all of my appointments and yadda yadda. Since I'll be in surgery for St. Patrick's Day, I wore my "Lucky Lass" shirt today for all of my appointments. I would say it wasn't very lucky because for the...

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Dad to the Rescue

In August of 1992 I was 8 and a half years old. Hurricane Andrew had just hit Florida and the rest of the nation watched in shock. My father owned a new business here in Michigan, where he ran Bobcat machines, and could do disaster removal. His small company was hired...

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Guilty McGuilterson

As a "sick" person, I have had to rely on friends and family A LOT. Way more than my comfort zone allows, and my pride permits. But regardless I've had to learn to suck it up. While ALL of the help and support is is amazing, I get left with this sense of guilt. Guilt...

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MeetAnOstomate.com=Creeper Land

After a really long time of being an ostomate, I stumbled upon MeetAnOstomate.com. I was like "oh hey, I could meet some others, who know maybe even help some people down in the dumps". Yea...not so much. The first thing I noticed about this website was the structure...

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