Monday, January 26, 2009

Have You Missed Me?

Sorry. Nothing particularly interesting has been going on. I mean, I had my birthday and got a Nintendo DS and the Grandpa and Meme got a puppy and it snowed (I think I mentioned that) and I went for an ECHO stress test this morning because I'm particulary sensitive to PVCs, apparently, and they've been bothering me recently (the cardiologist said nothing is wrong with my heart, though), but other than that? Nope. Nada. Oh, and Poppop got laid off, but he's handling that fine. And Pete went with me to church this week and really liked it and will be coming with me next time, too. And the dog stinks, but I can't bathe him until tomorrow afternoon. Also I think he's started eating poop. We might need to talk more about this later. I had a dream last night that I said out loud that I don't want him anymore, which isn't true, exactly, but in the dream it didn't feel wrong to say it. Let me think about this a little more and then I'll try to clarify. Don't worry. Unless Husbandguy insists, we're not getting rid of our puppy. Just day-to-day stuff really. I did find out that President Obama is planning on giving a weekly address and posting it on every Saturday, which is the closest thing I've found to the Barack Obama Show so I've bookmarked it. You should check it out.

What have you been doing?


Princess Sparkle Pants said...

I have missed you.

What is it that you are sensitive to? I am unfamiliar with this terminology.

Mommy's Nintendo said...

PVC - Premature ventricular contraction. I added a link in the post. They're harmless by themselves and the cardio said that everybody has them but most people don't feel them. I've always been able to feel mine and recently they've gotten more frequesnt (probably because I've been drinking more caffeine) so my PCP thought I should get checked.

Princess Sparkle Pants said...

I think you could even feel these when you were in your late teens. Am I remembering this correctly?

Mommy's Nintendo said...


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