3 May 2011

Random blog post #1: muscle spasms and how they are a good thing

I had planned to do a lovely blog post/photo essay about my trip to Dorset last week. Lots of photos and descriptions of yummy cream teas.

Except I had a muscle spasm in my neck on Saturday. It hurt incredibly much lots indeed. And I am still recovering today when I ventured off to my doctor for some decent painkillers.

My lovely lovely lovely lovely wonderful doc gave me something called diazepam.

And I am now blogging under the influence.

Given how many typos I've had to correct in this post so far, it seems wise to perhaps not write any more tonight.

So I will try to blog the photo essay on friday.

And tomorrow's blog post - WoTW - will be Teaching.

And I will not be under the influence of drugs. Besides I keep giggling randomly and when husbando read out the intructions for his new fancy-shmancy camping mat I thought it was the funniest thing ever. And I was proud of saying the word `logistically`.

So that's me for tonight. Over and out.

Thank you and good night

Stupidgirl has left the building


  1. Good meds, when you need em are wonderful. I'm feeling a bit giggly, just reading your post, and look forward to the photo-essay. Enjoy your diazepam. *hugs*

  2. feel better. would love to hear about dorset. boy, you get around to interesting, picturesque places. enjoy the (legal) intoxicants , or what ever you want to call them. Blog idea---weekend 'getaways' within an hr or 2 from london. Now I know this is FAR, but I saw a show on TV 'bout the Scilly Islands and they said the place is almost Bermuda-like, with semi-tropical plants (they showed them). Looked great. Only I don't think it's real, real tropical, because they didn't throw any native girls into volcanoes or anything. But who knows, maybe they did, but just didn't show that part on TV?

  3. Diazepam - commonly known as valium or 'mother's little helper' in the 1960s/70s - get off it FAST girl. It is addictive - no matter what anyone says.
    And if you don't believe me...read ths song track:

    “Kids are different today, I hear ev'ry mother say
    Mother needs something today to calm her down
    And though she's not really ill, there's a little yellow pill
    She goes running for the shelter of a mother's little helper
    And it helps her on her way, gets her through her busy day ”

    Is your doctor NUTS????????? There are plenty of other painkillers/muscle relaxants on the market grrrrrrr.