Friday, September 16, 2011

Mushy mind

I have a confession.
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I told my Dermatologist and the Physician’s Assistant in the room, the story of how G-man and I met. They were impressed.

The appointment was essentially over, the Dr. was telling me all the meds I needed to take and how to take them; when I looked at her with a blank look and said, ‘if you heard the conversation that I had with him (pointing at the PA) you would know that I can’t comprehend a word you’re saying. You need to treat me like a child and write every single instruction down on paper.’

The conversation went something like this:

Him: How’s things going today?
Me: I’m. it’s. well. doing. you? <I kid you not.>
Him: stares at me in disbelief.
Me: stares at him in fear.
Both: burst out laughing.

After explaining to her that I had a redeye flight from HI, landing at 5am in LAX, then driving 3 hours home on zero sleep, she understood. And then started the questions…’why were you in HI?’

So I told the story of us. Also telling the story of Corrections and how I left that, and what I do now and how it’s drastically difference. Night and day. Boy job, girl job.

I had them staring at me, enthralled for a good 5 minutes. They didn’t budge, didn’t look at their watches, just stared at me while I told my stories.

Talk about a captive audience. Who knew I could tell such a great story on no sleep in over 24 hours?

She wrote out all my instructions (good dr.) and they left the room in wonder.

But I feel bad…because I told 2 complete strangers, whom I had just been introduced to 5 minutes earlier, the story of how G-man and I met, when I haven’t even told you.

Its not a conspiracy, I promise. It’s in the works, not 100% complete, but it’s coming and will be coming soon. I know some have asked. Just hold on a little longer for me, please. = )

On a completely related/unrelated note: I’ve noticed a .5% improvement on my skin since taking the meds for a week. This makes me very very happy!!

I hope you lovelies have a wonderful weekend. Happy Friday!!

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10 comments:

Natalie said...

That picture reminds me of that one scene in "Roman Holiday" w/Audrey Hepburn... Have you seen it? Glad the skin is slowly looking better, and can't wait to hear the how you two met story =)

LeAnna said...

You dirty dog. WE want to be your captive audience, dont'cha know??? ;)
Good to hear about the skin!
Also, I love your peacoat. The one your wearing while sticking your hand in that tortilla with a face and one droopy eye. I love it, I love it, I love it. The peacoat. Not the tortilla on the wall.
What IS it with you and tortillas, anyway?

;)

Megan said...

Okay, now I'm just ticked. I WANT THE STORY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Tatiana said...

So do LeAnna and I get to hear the story on our next Skype date? 'Cause other wise you would be the dirty dog LeAnna called you out to be.

Laura Elizabeth said...

I love a good story, can't wait to hear it!!

Oh, I hear ya on the skin medication! My skin is only just now behaving itself. Thank goodness!

Katie said...

two things: TELL US! I want to know how you met :)

and...Did I miss something? Are you working right now? If yes, I'm terrible {which we've already more than established}. If no, nevermind.

Jennifer said...

I was about to say... I don't remember that post!!! This story made me laugh!

Lori said...

what a hilarious story :)

carissa said...

well, i'm sitting on the edge of my seat!!! can't wait to hear all the details. i'm super stoked to hear you are noticing improvements. rock on girl.

christine donee said...

I love a good love story. turns me to mush.

every. single. time.

so hurry up. I want to be mush!

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