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This morning there was nearly a ‘shit’astrophe. My dear human turned off her 2am alarm in her sleep. Which she should never, ever do again when she eats Mexican food for a late dinner. Luckily, our subconscious kicked in around … Continue reading
So, this has been an “exciting” week for CC and I. Last week she ate some spaghetti squash. Apparently, too much spaghetti squash. Which caused a visit to the ER for pain meds (thank you Mr. Morphine) and a CT … Continue reading
Green Peas are the ostomate’s bubble wrap! It’s totally disgusting but you just cannot help yourself. You have to pop the peas in the pouch! CC’s husband-creature tells her she is totally weird for doing this (it might also be … Continue reading
You don’t really realize how many poppy seeds are actually in those muffins until you have an ostomy. Holy cow!
Nothing like a mild panic attack in the restroom to get your heart pumping. You would think that CC would remember when she eats brightly or oddly colored things. But alas, no. The conversation my human had with me on … Continue reading
My human has (thankfully) taken some anti-histamine this morning. We also learned this morning that apparently folks with Crohn’s Disease have an increase in environmental allergies (at least according to an article in The Journal of Allergy and Clinical … Continue reading
Just a quick post. I’m still here. Still doing OK (minus a small Crohn’s skin issue that seems to have resolved itself now – plus we had a remicade infusion last week). August just ended up being much, much busier … Continue reading
Last night I decided to play hide & seek with my human by sliding out of the pre-cut hole in the bag and hiding out underneath the bag. This did not amuse my human. She spent time in the restroom … Continue reading
From my human, CC: So, I have certainly been on a bit of an emotional time capsule/roller coaster since I have been coming up on a year since my hospitalization. While, the end result of my hospitalization has been an … Continue reading
Time for summer to begin!