More poker stuff

March 24, 2009

I’m avoiding finishing up my tax planner. And avoiding making a decision about which company to use to eradicate my subterranean termites.

Oh yeah. I got ’em. But at least no tenting: injection. And after that, I have to have my living room window frames and door frames rebuilt and painted. Most of them. There is no freakin’ end to money that I need to spend now that I have zero coming in.

I wish to hell my doctor would write me a script for Xanax. That’s something worth paying money for. But no chance of that. You know how your doctor probably offers you Lunesta or other fun drugs to sleep? Mine told me to take Benadryl.

Maybe I need a new doctor.

But I digress.

it’s true. Everyone’s got an opinion.

I kinda like that they do.

As long as it’s an educated one.

Most of the time, it isn’t, though. Most of the time they are just posturing for ego. Or for image.

I’m watching that happen now in an organization I’m familiar with.

I’m so happy to be working with my business partner on things that don’t involve posturing in any way. Just helping people. People who want to be helped.

T minus 4 work days and counting.

One comment on “More poker stuff
  1. Diana Strinati Baur says:

    benadryl. Oh man. you know what long term benadryl use does? It completely alters the mucus membrane of our sinuses, drying it out, and removing a very important barrier to bacteria. People who take benadryl to sleep on a regular basis often have chronic sinusitus and all the unpleasantries that go with it — post nasal drip, stale breath, not to mention the fact that many forms of bronchitis start as upper resp, infection.

    I keep it around (from the states, it is not even available OTC here) for things like bee stings and allergic reactions that I cannot forsee. That is it!

    Time for a new doctor. Most definitely.

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