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If there is a tv movie, I want to be played by Gabrielle Union

The weekend I dreamed of and the weekend I had in reality were as different as night day. As I drove down Friday morning, I received a call from my mother asking me to go to see a doctor.

Long story short, there is a chance I have been exposed to MRSA. It is a story that I will go into another time. So basically, I was an hour from my mom but not allowed to see her. The doctor couldn't confirm I have MRSA but couldn't deny the possibility based on the evidence presented to him. For the next 10 days, I am on high powered antibiotics. I am very upset by all of this for many reasons--not be able to see my mother or my son. I drove down Friday morning and back up Friday night.I am regarded as Patient Zero by family and friends. Even though, technically, I am not Patient Zero--that is someone else. Anyway, to them, I am Patient Zero. I have spent my weekend taking antibiotics, watching tv, reading magazines and figuring out how to handle this situation come Monday.

One positive that has come out of this saga. I found out my weight. And even without meds and therapy, I have maintain my weight. With the stress of my mother's health, new job and being away from my son, I am still at a healthy weight of 107 pounds. I was 111 pounds at my physical in July. I celebrated with a 12 piece chicken nuggets, fries and lemonade from Chick Filet. And a milkshake. I deserved something after a not very nice Friday.

If a tv movie is made about this whole sordid affair, I do want Gabrielle Union to play me. She would make a kick ass Silly Girl! Of course, right now, I don't feel silly. I am Pissed Off Girl.

Daily Dose

1. Law and Order SVU marathon

2. Drinking plenty of water because of the antibotics

3. Finding three movies with Vin "Oh my God you are so gorgeous" Diesel.

Comments

  1. oh I'm so sorry you have to pass through this too.. I am so inspired that you handle these situations with such patience. I really do admire you. Thank you for reading my blog too :)

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  2. Glad your weight is ok! I hope you don't have MRSA. The antibiotics and some rest should kick it, I would hope!

    By the way, I love Gabrielle Union :)

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  3. Sorry to hear that all is not great for you at the moment though I am delighted to read that you are maintaining a healthy weight and a wonderful attitude to life.

    I don't know what MRSA is and I do hope that it leaves your life soon.

    take care
    best wishes
    Ribbon xx

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  4. good job on your weight, i hope you are short though that seems very light!

    i hope your sickness/virus passes!! swine flu is going around my work right now and i am scared!! for now, all the infected are home but i dunno about the office germs...ewww

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