Monday, July 07, 2008


Doc poked and prodded (gently) this morning and said that the lump appears to be reducing slightly. He extended the prescription for heparin but not for penicillin. Apropos which, I mentioned that I still had the feeling of a lump in my upper thigh when I sat, so he suggested making an appointment with a vein specialist in case there is a second clot there that he missed. I'll keep you posted.

Went to the office today, and had a very hard time of it: there isn't a single non-ergonomically-awful chair in the place. I shall have to work from home for the foreseeable future, as I can't afford to get a second chair like the one I have here (400 Euros and it was definitely worth every penny, but I don't have that many pennies).

Today is Udge Watanabe's rezzday, he was born in Second Life a year ago. Such fun I have had! Thanks to all friends real and virtual for the encouragement and amusement and tears, it's been a gas.

To blow my own horn just a little longer this is my nine hundredth post, just short of my blog's fourth birthday (on August 20th, if you want to bake a cake). Hooray!! Once more I must say: such fun I have had, with your able assistance and encouragement. Thank you all so much for reading and commenting and writing back.

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Blogger Lioness said...

Mazel tov! Isn't it lovely when life expands and becomes richer and fuller and more brilliant? I cannot imagine not knowing you! *Portie hugs*

July 7, 2008 at 9:39:00 p.m. GMT+2  
Blogger Dale said...

Happy Rezzday! & thanks for keeping a toe in the first life & blessing us all with your presence here!

July 8, 2008 at 12:34:00 a.m. GMT+2  
Blogger Corvi, Corey, Crow, Maggie and Raven said...

Happy Rezz day! I am incredibly fortunate in your existance...both in rl and in sl...

July 8, 2008 at 1:41:00 a.m. GMT+2  
Blogger Zhoen said...

Here's to goingdown lumps.

Happy SL/Bloogerversary.

July 8, 2008 at 2:45:00 a.m. GMT+2  
Blogger Udge said...

Thank you!

July 8, 2008 at 6:05:00 p.m. GMT+2  

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