I'm in Palm Springs for a couple days this week for a work thing. Karen couldn't come with me because she had to get another opinion on her lump which is probably nothing but if you have a lump you should always get it totally checked out so your seester doesn't have to be worried. If the surgeon you consult is a jerk and thinks you'll probably just be fine during an extremely painful and awkward procedure, you should find another surgeon - one who cares. We'll discuss this thing later when there is more to discuss. Thanks to everyone who emailed about it when Karen twittered about it. We both appreciate your support and advice.
Last night I didn't want Karen to be the only one with broken toes so when I got done teetering around my room with my laptop at different angles so I could get wireless, I somehow lost my balance and tripped over the stupidest bed leg ever. My toes got all stuck on the metal leg. The good news is the throbbing (yet also tingly numb) toe distracted me for about 15 minutes from my flipper and the $6000 tooth ordeal. When I woke up this morning my toe was twice the size and purple and doesn't want to bend. OY VEY! I was on my feet most of today and there were a few things to distract me from the flipper and toe:
1. I finally got to meet Mary Beth. I love her!!! I can't wait to come back and visit with her again. LOVE HER!
2. A woman thought I was someone she was meeting and I thought she was someone I was meeting so we hugged happily then both realized we had the wrong person. It was a good hug, too. We both laughed about it and not even in that awkward oh no I just hugged a total stranger gross way. Just thinking about it makes me crack up. I have to re-enact it for Karen because there was nobody around to roll on the floor laughing with me.
3. I finally got to experience Sonic and the server girl didn't come out on roller skates (WTF?). My sundae was delish.
I should be home late tomorrow and will announce the contest winners on friday.
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