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November 13, 2008


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The Laundress

Brain tumors SUCK.

Why are they suddenly ubiquitous? Trendy? Fashionable? well, whatever, they SUCK.

there is also a whole lot of quackery going on, so don't trust the medical establishment (my 2 cents, having been stone-ground in their cruel mill! )

Have two fat cats right now, they can not eat Halloween candies nor tomatoes. Only high saline kitty vet-prescribed diets. Kitties and kids keep the world real. Doctors, especially neurosurgeons, live in a weird world that nobody else inhabits.

Best wishes and lots of love,

Citizen Reader

Well, Heidi,
I should clarify...it was a ten-pack of Reese's two-packs. Mmm. I could go for a Reese's, actually.

Sure, the hubbies may not go to Spokane or NYC, but they can be nice to have around too, just like kittehs.

I completely understand about "Truth in Nonfiction" taking a while--that was a serious book with a lot of thought in it! No hurry.


A ten pack of Reese's peanut butter cups and you feel bad about that? That's so amateur. Can't wait until my sister weighs in on that one.

I can relate to being more afraid of debilitating illness than death and I wish I had lived a year in NYC before I married a guy who won't even go to Spokane with me.

Thanks, Citizen Reader, for the reply, even though you don't do Meme's. I'm still reading Truth in Nonfiction by the way...that's why I haven't checked in for awhile, too embarrassed to say I'm way back there.

Citizen Reader

Also? I hope very much you don't have a brain tumor, and I wish you luck with growing. As someone who's recently been through surgery and tests, I TOTALLY hear you on not wanting to go to the doctor--but I hope you go when you have to, and that you get the best possible results possible.

Citizen Reader

Hi Heidi!
Sorry I'm a party pooper and I don't do memes, but I'll happily give up the seven things here. (I loved your story of getting in your petting fix at the humane society.) So here goes!
1. My favorite color is brown. 2. I wish I'd been born Canadian. 3. I fear debilitating illness more than I fear death. 4. I am addicted to Gossip Girl (on TV). 5. I once ate a ten-pack of reese's peanut butter cups in one sitting, because they were so good. 6. I have a cat named Fooey. 7. I wish I could spend a year living in NYC.

Thanks for your great blog, Heidi.

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