Comfortably numb

That’s what I want to be. I’ve got the painkillers, and I’ve got the booze, but the antibiotics have killed my tastebuds in record time so nothing tastes good. Guess I’m gonna have to face this recovery without my trusty side-kicks, Vicodin and champagne.


7 Comments on “Comfortably numb”

  1. Ed says:

    I hope you find that zone and let your body heal.

  2. Jan Hasak says:

    Yes, do let your body heal. We’re all rooting for you! XX

  3. David Benbow says:

    Listen, my dahlink… You don’t have to taste it. I’m quite comf’tably numb at this hour meself & could probably eat a chocolate-covered hamburger with extra pickles & not even flinch.

    You just take your meds, drink your bubbly, thank Dr S for his wisdom & skills, & take time to heal.

    Peace.

  4. YAY! Happy to hear you are out of surgery and resting. Be gentle with yourself, take time to heal, and a big hurray to you and your Dr. S.! (Oh the mighty magic sword of the surgeon!)😉
    -Renn

  5. Barb Fernald says:

    Rest, rest, rest! Everyone has already said it. Take time to heal.

  6. AnneMarie says:

    I’m with David. Champagne is as much about holding the glass and having the icy cold bubbly as it is the taste (when you’re already comfortably numb!)….. Rest up and drink on….. It’s called taking advantage of a free pass with the pain meds…..

    Feel good….

    xoxo

    AnneMarie

  7. elizabeth connolly says:

    I agree with all comment of resting up and let that body heal. Soon we’ll be drinking champagne and tasting the deliciousness of it. Love you, girl and again take it easy. Bettyanne


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