WE LEFT THE RAT RACE EIGHT YEARS AGO AND RETIRED TO THIS LITTLE ISLAND IN THE CARIBBEAN. THIS IS MY ACCOUNT OF THE TRIALS, TRIBULATIONS, AND LITTLE JOYS OF LIVING IN MEXICO.
last year I was scheduled for my 3rd lifetime colonoscopy. I wanted to postpone it and spoke to my dr. He bluntly said. " You are now 81 yrs old, whats the point. call if you have any problems.el oso
I'm sure everything will go well! Can't wait to see photos of the (your) race from Cancun. : )
Good luck this morning.I guess you wrote this before you left for your procedure....because you wouldn't have been in a great mood after drinking the "cleansing" chalk............Hope results are excellent.
I hope it all goes well. Perhaps you could conduct a class on blogger punctuation at November's conference. You know: periods, commas -- colons.
oh jeez... you are making me squirm just thinking about it!
Good luck. It is not that bad, I have had one.
"Closed for the Day"?? with a colonoscopy? quite the oxymorancarl/debbie
Hope all is OK! It's never the last one amigo! Better safe than sorry!
Awwwww .... a colonoscopy is no big deal ... sure, ya gotta drink that wonderfully named tonic called "Go Lightly" sheesh .... what a misnomer .... but, you get a nice nap during, and you know your pipes are clean enough cuddle a baby.Hopefully, there weren't any nasty polyps .... but most, if any, are just a pain in the ass.....yuck yuck yuck...O Robert
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